I hope everyone is enjoying the Memorial Day weekend. I awoke at 3 am to go fly fishing. It was a glorious outing, and I landed quite a few fish. Some sample photos below. I called it quits in the early afternoon and drove back home. A Big Mac for lunch felt well-deserved and luxurious.
Our children are in schools with different spring break schedules. This year, Mrs. T. took trips with various children, while I stayed at home with the others. So, I just took a belated spring break of sorts over a long weekend. I fished. I went to a river in Connecticut and stayed at a cheap
I need to go there. I just saw a video that featured stunning views, aerial shots, and some huge trout. Video below, or click here. It’s mesmerizing.
When I drive to the river before dawn on a Saturday morning, the sky is dark, the roads are empty, and my mind is clear. I decided this morning not to play music. It was silent in the car. I’m trying to be more mindful in my everyday moments. Rather than worry without end, I
I don’t know about you, but as we slide towards the winter solstice, my energy level goes down. As the daylight period decreases, I find myself needing more sleep. Part of it could be the aging process. I’m pretty familiar with this phenomenon, and many of my friends are, too. I’ve found that continuing to exercise