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California hopes saltwater will help to quench its thirst

It seems simple enough: Take the salt out of water so it’s drinkable.

But it’s far more complex than it appears at first glance. It’s also increasingly crucial in a world where freshwater resources are progressively strained by population growth, development, droughts, climate change, and more. 1,975 more words

The Venturing Angler Podcast: Fly Fishing the Lower Laguna Madre with Ben Paschal

In a new episode of The Venturing Angler Podcast – sponsored by Nautilus Reels – Ben Paschal of Laguna Madre Outfitters in Texas discusses fly fishing the Lower Laguna Madre as well as coastal waters of Louisiana. 22 more words


A New Friend

Without a doubt, my friends are fascinating, interesting and beautiful.

Case in point, my newest friend:

It took a few days to get her to come out and begin to acquaint herself with her new roommates, and even more time before she would stop darting to the corner at the back everytime any one approached the tank. 21 more words

Saltwater Tank

A few finished quilts!

If I’ve not already mentioned it, I’ve been busy really quite busy so far this year…actually I can’t quite believe we’re already a third of the way through it. 422 more words


Prehistoric Pyramid Lake Trout to Cuban Culture in the New Issue of Revive

Revive Fly Fishing has just released the Spring 2015 issue of their ezine, and it is packed with content and destination angling from the flats of Cuba to the ladders of Pyramid Lake. 55 more words


changing gears

Things have been quiet on the site – but it certainly hasn’t been quiet off site.

Over February and March, I hosted 2 of the 3 Taiwanese dance artists at my home. 433 more words