Posts Tagged ‘Angler Exchange Blade’

Spontaneous Camping

Friday, July 24th, 2009

A couple of weeks ago, my wife and I made a last-minute decision to go camping over the weekend — spontaneous camping, as we like to call it. We had a wonderful time, but it could have been terrible if we hadn’t, in essence, planned our spontaneity.

Since camping can be time-consuming (and somewhat troublesome) to prepare for, we developed a system that enables us to leave last-minute without fear of leaving anything imperative behind. Instead of storing all our camping gear scattered about the attic or garage, we leave all our essential items in a Rubbermaid bin, so all we have to do is grab it and go. Our camp chairs and a small tent stay in the trunk of our car the whole season.


Washington: Fish!

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

It’s a calm, quiet morning, and you’re sitting on the shore with pole in hand. Your fishing gear is resting on one side, your lunch on the other. All is peaceful and well. A mere two minutes later, you’re up on your feet, heart pounding, and you’re grinning with pride at one the most beautiful rainbow trouts you’ve ever seen.

Quite the exciting experience, I’d say. And with dozens of trout-stocked lakes in eastern Washington open to fishing tomorrow (March 1), here’s your chance to live it.