Have you caught anything...My nephew has been in NY fishing for salmon too.
Looking forward to your remote report. Too bad Scruffy couldn't have done a guest spot.
There is almost a mystical quality to this photo Gordon, that is very appealing. And, for a Canadian, that is a very exotic looking tree.
Pretty.Hope you are having the best of times and fisherman's luck!!
The palm tree picture looks like there are shadows of fish dancing or swimming around the sky on the right hand side. Is that an omen to go north and fish? With you fishing and Chef E cooking all I can say is YUM! Have a great time, sir.
I love how the tree stands out among the pastel sky. It's beautiful. So, I anticipate the tall tales when you get back.
I like! <><
Hope you get to shout, "Fish on!" often. :)
Love Palm Trees, and hope you are having fun!
hope you had a good time (and caught the big one)!
You did shout 'Fish On', and now I really, well my arms do, know what that means :) I had a great time, and Mr. gEek
I saw the fish...like the palm tree, too. :)
Love that sun. I heard you beat out ChefE on the fishing trip. What a surprise. Not! I have seen you arsenal of fishing poles. I want to see some of those fish you caught.
I had gone to ChefE's before coming here, and now I finally get what happened. You actually KNOW each other!!! Duh. Hey that was some fish you caught, too.
have fun and enjoy!! catch the big one!
Gordon, what's up? Can you give me some tips too how to catch big fish? Opps, I need to learn fishing first.
I saw the fishing expedition post - awesome!I had to say, I LOVE this header photo of yours.:)
Enjoy your trip Gordon
Hi Gordon, your email link doesn't seem to be working for me. I'm at nuhrhammer[at]gmail[dot]com. We should work something out to get Maurice and Scruffy together. Your place or mine? Not that I have plans to come to Florida, like, ever. The mail will have to do. insured mail!