The smallest he caught today was 35" and the largest was 47".
Beautiful, tasty fish.
Especially if you know how to filet out the Y bones.:)
Getting back into model building for a winter hobby - this is #2 since my birthday a few weeks back. Thanks to my daughters for kick starting my interest in this again.
Northern Pikes: if you had to categorize them, I would list them under "alt-country"
Friends' Univega and Schwinn in background.
Artsy-fartsy shot of the mill bucket.
The gas company down the street has been burning off fuel for two days now.
I can't figure out why.
Rode by there again today, it felt great to be back on the bike after a spell in the 20degree F's.
'68 Italian roadbike, rebuild from the frame up a few months back.
did some more camping this past weekend, this time no bike, just my '94 Ford Aerostar. It may burn a lot of gas but oh, the things we do to impress the ladies...
These incredibly lovely kittens belong to a friend of mine. They are amazingly innocent and photogenic while sleeping. :)
My wife took a picture of me on my McLean, by the Hudson River.
I'm the tall one in this photo. :)
Wow. Kittens, Hudson River cruise boats, and ski slopes. Hard to beat that stuff! (Tom, can you Carol to ride in this weather?)
From today's ride:
Too busy to ride lately, Delivered a bike to a needy rider this AM...and put on some baskets he had...with almost no tools...Got my son off to a Handbell Concert (he played tambourine...the kids were drafted from the youth bell choir to help the adults as percussion) at Heritage Village, Pinells county, FL
Then my son and I rushed back to get to Messiah dress rehearsal for the concert tomorrow...
at Grace Lutheran Church, St Pete...3:00 if you are in the area!
Rainy day in So Cal means start the winter projects....
Today's winter project: install dynamo headlight and tail light on my old Super Course. I even took it out for a ride late at night. They work great.
I picked up this smoker in France earlier this year :)