Looking for something to do this Saturday, May 20? Then check out the Keeping GA Wild Family Festival at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center near Mansfield, Ga.
"So things happen sometimes. Sometimes those things involve one’s gall bladder, which (given the opportunity) just might decide to rise up in rebellion and throw a monkey wrench into the otherwise peaceful workings of one’s life."
"When spring comes around, everything is once again brand new. The world awakens in every way, and thoughts turn to…fishing."
"Have you ever stopped for boiled peanuts? I have. Lots of times. I like those little roadside places with their propane stoves and glistening steel pots."
"I guess spring really has arrived. Flowers are blooming. Birds are singing. Somewhere, fish are probably jumping too."
"There are some neat places to see trout in northern Georgia, too, and one that’s near and dear to my heart is Rolater Park in the town of Cave Spring, Ga."
Lately I’ve been doing something else again that I haven’t done in a long, long time. I’ve been sitting down with a pad of paper and a ballpoint pen and (are you ready for this?) rediscovering just how much fun it can be to writing poetry.
If you enjoy trout fishing in Georgia, you should be a happy camper right about now. Why? Because as of Nov. 1, Georgia’s Delayed Harvest trout fishing season has begun!
Lately, with that first little subtle hint of fall drifting into the air, my thoughts have turned toward outdoor dining. I don’t mean the kind…