Walking the Dog and Toying with Tackle

The Kentucky woods are again draped in ice and snow. Unusual for this slice of the country. By early March we are usually seeing green and catching crappie. Green remains hard to come by but crappie are already being caught, of course. Fishing is a year-round proposition here, although I doubt that many boats wereContinue reading “Walking the Dog and Toying with Tackle”

Christmas Notes: Checking the Depth with Aunt Liz

Aunt Liz would have turned 85 on Christmas Eve. She was born during the waning months of the Calvin Coolidge administration on what was likely a cold winter day in the flatlands of Missouri not far from the Mississippi River. She lived to see the White House change occupants 13 times but never strayed farContinue reading “Christmas Notes: Checking the Depth with Aunt Liz”