Like discovering a new secret fishing spot, spotting new wildflowers turns out to be a heady thing. It just might be as addictive as fishing.
As you walk along the short, graveled trail that parallels a portion of Hog Wallow Creek in Waller Park, it’s easy to see how the child might imagine that hobbits live there.
Getting me started on fishing is like getting me started on grandkids, and I love to talk with folks about both of those grand topics.
Being the outdoorsy type, I’m always on the lookout for someplace new to explore. It’s surprising how often such places turn up too, if you don’t mind investing the work it takes to find them.
I’m perpetually amazed by the kind of sights that always seem to be waiting if I can just convince myself to hike only a little bit farther down the trail.
Spring is here again – and so are the white bass!
Ahh, spring. It’s officially here. The calendar tells me that the 2021 edition of the season of renewal really is underway, and we can only hope that this one plays out better than the last one did.