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Riverside bugs in Beds

The Great Ouse flows north-east for about 140 miles through the counties of Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire, eventually flowing into the Wash near King’s Lynn. It flows in a meandering course around the village of Felmersham in Bedfordshire, where these photographs were taken (1). 713 more words

Nature Notes

About Dreaming...


At night — instead of dreaming inane dreams — let the mind be still, calm, and silent.  The function of dreaming is to resolve issues that occurred during the day, so as to put the brain in order.   252 more words


BUCKNASTY BROWNS - Sweet Fly Fishing Video

Fishing can be difficult sport to capture the essence of through video but I think this edit is on point….

“Last June, the Montana Wild crew was thirsty for some fly fishing. 81 more words

My OpenStack Vancouver Session Promotion Dilemma - please, vote outside your block

We need people to promote their OpenStack Sessions, but how much is too much?

Semi-annually, I choose to be part of the growing dog pile of OpenStack summit submissions.   221 more words


Fly Fishing: Tying a Foam-body Mayfly

Early 1990s, a log cabin in the Pocono Mountains — My father sits like a statue, his eyes pin-hole lasers on the small contraption in front of him. 622 more words

Fly Fishing

Deschutes River Winter Trout.

We have been talking about the Blue-Winged Olive, BWO hatch on the Deschutes River. Last time we talked about a great rigging system for imitating the nymphs on their voyage up to the surface to hatch and become adults. 396 more words

Deschutes Fishing Reports