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Fishing, RVing, & Family!
Since I sold the last boat, my posts are about life after fishing, and mostly about our RV adventures. They are listed under Categories on the right column menu. The latest adventures are listed under Latest Posts. →
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Exciting Fishing Adventures from the Archives:
An Exciting Salmon Adventure!
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Here’s a wonderful song about travelin’ the good ol’ USA and how great it is to see the “real” America where so many fine folks live on farms and in small towns – as can only be seen from the rural roads of our country. This could be the theme song for my many travels aboard our RVs as I wander those rural roads. Click and enjoy Moe Bandy as he sings Americana!
RVing is my favorite pastime these days, even though I actually spend most of my time in the recliner at home. I love seeing the country through that huge, panoramic Class A windshield – and plan to see a lot more in the coming years.
My family and friends shook their heads in disbelief one last time at my last sale of a boat and pickup. I surely have been through a bunch of boats and trucks in the past few years, but I can say with certainty that I’ve sold the last boat – way back in October, 2013!
It was during the couple of years prior to selling it that I found the work involved in boating and fishing just wasn’t much fun anymore, to say nothing of the endless fishing regulations with which Kalifornistan has strangled much of the fun out of the sport. So I sold the boat and the truck and really, that was the last time!
I’ve often said that one of the key Truths of Life is knowing your place in the grand scheme of things. Earl (from the comic strip Pickles) is a wise old mentor for guys my age, and I’ve learned a lot from him…