Blue Fish

16 Dec 18
early morning fog, partial clearing

Friday, Dec. 7, morning, San Francisco – I have 18 minutes to write. I meant to have 30, but getting set up took longer than I’d set aside time for. No matter, here I am, writing. For weeks now, ideas and words have flooded my head, yet I have not sat down to let them out. […]

16 Dec 18
Willis School of Thought

Dad was an engineer through and through. The type of thinking that we expect from an engineer is how he interacted with the world in every way. See my dad wasn’t your “typical dad.” We didn’t play catch, we didn’t fish, we didn’t golf. Dad never really learned how to swim or ride a bike. […]

16 Dec 18
Walking the Points of the Rose

Ah, what a lovely morning it is. The grey light of dawn reflecting off the snow woke me a little before the sun rose. Now I look out the window to find the beginning of another day of gray skies gently letting go of snow. If it were rain, I would call it a mist. […]

16 Dec 18
southbank resistance

Nuno had a dream…to build a football team. I’ve eaten too much cheese or something. I see Eddie Howe the Bournemouth head Coach. He is in a dimly lit cellar somewhere. It has been freshly but badly painted in red and black gloss paint. It looks evil and dark. There is a strip light above […]

16 Dec 18
2 Guys and A River

The East Gallatin River would look like a piece of ribbon candy, if you viewed it from a drone. It’s a slow moving creek that for the most part runs through private property north of Bozeman, Montana. One fall day, Steve found himself in the middle of a BWO hatch. In this episode, Dave interviews […]

16 Dec 18
Campervan Exclusive

Dates: Nov 19-25, 2018 Location: Thailand Worth Remembering: Walk with Elephants. Do not ride elephants! Highlight: Being blessed by a Buddhist Monk and then yelled at by a Buddhist tour guide for kissing in the temple. Top Tip/ Recommended: If you want to see a ping pong show, let yourself be abducted by the girls […]

16 Dec 18
O Society

Some of the wealthiest people in America—in Silicon Valley, New York, and beyond—are getting ready for the crackup of civilization. by   Evan Osnos  New Yorker Steve Huffman, the thirty-three-year-old co-founder and C.E.O. of Reddit, which is valued at six hundred million dollars, was nearsighted until November, 2015, when he arranged to have laser eye […]

16 Dec 18
Random Reviews

Warning: Minor Spoilers Ahead. I agree that I was sceptical when I heard that James Wan is going to direct Aquaman. The guy who was famous for – Saw, Insidious, Conjuring, Annabelle, Lights Out – all out dark horror movies. I mean, if you take out Furious 7 from the list, the guy is almost […]

16 Dec 18
Joie de Vivre

  Andaman? Oh, what a memorable experience. 5 days packed with adventure, freedom, and just a sense of pure happiness! I had such a lovely time there, words cannot begin to describe my experience. They can only give one a small taste of the wonders of this lovely island, a union territory of India. If […]

16 Dec 18
So Many Books, So Little Time

~~~ The Watchers by Misty Hayes (The Blood Dagger: Volume 2) Publication date: December 15th 2018 Genres: Paranormal, Thriller, Young Adult Eighteen-year-old Corinth Taylor didn’t sign up to become a Watcher—an elite warrior destined to restore balance to the human race—he was chosen. Corinth can barely control his own hormones… much less the deadly blade. […]

16 Dec 18
walmermeadows

It has been a year of triumphs and dramas here in the meadows but they are all part of the road we are travelling to understand what’s going on and how best to manage the land for the benefit of Nature . Here is my summary of 2018: 1. Turtle Dove Strip This was the […]

16 Dec 18
HEALTH TIPS

Use foods labels that can assist you cut down. Much more than one.5g of salt for every 100g indicates the meals is large in salt. Grownups and kids about 11 ought to consume not more than 6g of salt (a couple of teaspoonful) a day. Gym Workout must have even much less. Get tips on cutting […]