As of the Nashville stop on our recent cross-country trip, Thrasher has accepted our third “Stoke of the Day” submission. Check out all three Stokes with at least twelve feet of cumulative air.
Recently a few hundred trees were clear cut directly behind our property. Our neighbor’s motive: to aesthetically improve his land with a view to the church steeple in town. Picturesque. Afterwards, Davey Crockett scoured the clearing for leftovers and built a mountain man rail.
“Colorado men are we, From the peaks gigantic, from the great sierras and the high plateaus, From the mine and from the gully, from the hunting trail we come. Pioneers! O pioneers!”~ Walt Whitman
Dave, Steve, Nate and Alex recently embarked on a cross country tour in pursuit of new terrains, brotherly times and high gas prices. Their vehicle of expedition: a 96 Ford Econoline known for it’s good gas milage and superior foot soldier fighting technology (it kind of reminds one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Mobile)…. Read more »
“Unfortunately, nature is very much a now-you-see-it, now-you-don’t affair. A fish flashes, then dissolves in the water before my eyes like so much salt. Deer apparently ascend bodily into the heaven; the brightest oriole fades into the leaves.” ~ Annie Dillard
This is what a fish would see.