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photographed this afternoon in a place i love to go to think about nothing in particular and even if that nothing always has some elements of fly fishing, today’s post doesn’t have much to with fishing but since i’m always interested in seeing where other people live i thought i’d start doing the same. 158 more words

Fly Fishing

Death by a thousand climbs before paradise

It was murderous. It was truly hard. It was damn nearly impossible. I traversed the French Pyrenees, all 1400 metres of soaring stone, a million loose pebbles and even a mean length of bitumen. 906 more words

Camino De Santiago


Wednesday 20/5/15 – Had breaky at the hotel Before we headed off to Lourdes. It was cool (12 degrees) when we left at around 9.30am but we had blue skies, so all good. 2,860 more words

Motorcycle Travel In Europe

Beer and Cheese Pairings August 23 and 24

I used to think that the hardest transition in offering downtown New Yorkers top flight beer and cheese was from Sunday, when the vibe was typically chill, to Monday when the hustle bustle often came just short of violent. 625 more words



This episode also occurred during our 1993 move trip down to Spain in a 2 Michelin Star establishment in the French Pyrenees. There are just two “slight” exaggerations in this strip: Firstly; we didn’t really exchange places with Aura – as much as wanted to, and secondly; all the chef actually gave to Aura was… 90 more words