Saturday, December 22, 2012
Busy For The Holidays: Tattos, Signs, Drawings, and no Fishing
A few of you out there might have noticed that I skipped the Fly Friday post yesterday. Truth is I completely forgot about it. With the Christmas holiday right around the corner I have busy working on projects and gifts for family and friends. For example, this wood sign above was created for a friend that is a retired Submariner. (don't worry - he gets the suprise tonight and wont see this till then.) For this post its about a fishy as it gets because the other sign I created was for a big car guy with an obsession for the Cadillac.
Speaking about Tattoos I thought I would give you an update on the Tatt I helped create for a fellow angler up in the North East. A while ago I did a post on a the life cycle of the mayfly.
Unfortunately her response was less than excited about it. I simply told her that you need to be fly fisherman to understand it. Its ok because she also doesn't understand why I get up at 4am to go fishing in a driving rain or go hiking 8 miles just to chase small trout in the mountains during a chance snow storm. Its an obsession and to steal a phrase from the Jeep owners out there: "Its a Fly fishing thing - You wouldn't understand."
Swamp Yankee site.
I am not sure when the next post will be coming, mostly due to a massive amount of work that has been added to my load, so I wanted to wish all of you a very merry Christmas. I hope your year has been a blessed one and you get to spend some quality time with the family to celebrate the birth of our Lord. Have a Great Holiday!
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