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A Retirement Fishing Tale

Several years ago my old high school buddy, Al (Class of ’58 – yeah, I mean old!), drove down from Oregon to go fishing with me. Our plans included a visit to the Delta for a couple of days to get him onto a big ol’ sturgeon. We towed the boat with the motorhome and …more



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More Fishing

Great Fishing Spots continued   If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there’d be a shortage of fishing poles. -Doug Larson, Gold medal winner 1924 Olympics. Sutherland Scotland Brown trout, sea trout and salmon fishing are bountiful in the rivers of Sutherland. Beyond the many rivers on the east, west and north …more



Fishing Spots

Great fishing Spots   If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there’d be a shortage of fishing poles. -Doug Larson, Gold medal winner 1924 Olympics. The following are ten great fishing spots: Bass Strait Victoria, Australia Separating the island of Tasmania from the south of the Australian mainland is the Bass Strait …more



Flocking to Portugal

It is not just the seagulls flocking to Portugal! 2,000 people a day are requesting residency here. Yes, two thousand! And why not? The Portuguese people have a well-deserved reputation for their friendliness. Sun shines most of the year, even in the north; more so, the further south you go. The cuisine is fresh and …more



Home for A While

To know someone here or there With whom you feel there is an understanding In spite of distance or thoughts unexpressed— That can make of this earth’s garden. Goethe I can’t believe it’s been eight months since we sold our home and downsized to a lovely condo on Lake Murray. Now that I think about …more



Galicia, Spain

When people think of Spain, what generally pops into their minds is a stereotype. Bulls, flamenco dancers, sangría, and possibly, paella dance through their heads. Images of sunny beaches, olive groves, and white-painted houses clustered together on a dusty plain soon follow. Much of this stereotype dates back to Ernest Hemingway, and Franco’s intention to …more



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Trans Canada

Hello Again friends, well it’s been quite a year! I am waving to you from New Hampshire for the moment. I drove across Canada, it was a wonderful trip! I highly recommend it! The Canadian national parks are spectacular, nature there is untouched, there are fewer people on the roads and life goes on at …more



Beyond Beach Resorts and Tourist Towns – finding the real Mexico

Ten places to discover in Mexico beyond Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, and Cabo San Lucas. 1.Rio Lagartos: Exploring the estuary by boat we see a group of flamingos a short distance away. It is barely past sunrise and the world is honeyed with golden light. And there they are in front of us, thirty or forty …more



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