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Winter is over! The streams and rivers here in New England are finally starting to settle down from the spring run off and rain. Most of the Deerfield River is un-fishable except the catch and release section by fife brook and above. 129 more words

Fly Fishing

Tribute to Singapore's Founding Father, Our First Prime Minister, the late Mr. Lee Kuan Yew

This is my tribute and my words of gratitude for Singapore’s First Prime Minister who passed away peacefully on 23 March 2015, 3:18am.

Through the past 6 days of national mourning (with tomorrow being the last), we have not only seen a more-than-united Singapore as hundreds of thousands of citizens queue in wait at the Parliament House to pay their last respects to the founding father of the place we call home, but also parts of the world who mourn for his passing. 885 more words

Lee Kuan Yew

the deceit of pink Oleander

Winter mists the pane
with veiny tributaries
that trickle to the sill
with a warm touch.
The trajectory of time
trails run-off down
the mountain, 32 more words


A Pine Creek Ramble

“It is the life of the crystal, the architect of the flake, the fire of the frost, the soul of the sunbeam. This crisp winter air is full of it.” 840 more words

Destination: The Allegheny

As this leviathan of a river meanders through the Northeast, it makes its way through my hometown of Franklin, Pennsylvania. While I’m not saying you have to visit Franklin in order to appreciate the Allegheny, it is certainly a great place to observe this miracle of nature. 53 more words


Destination: Round Valley

Something I’ve wanted to add to this blog are ‘destinations’ that fellow earth-keepers will surely appreciate. Sometimes it will be a scenic overlook, sometimes a lake or a river, or sometimes it will be nothing other than an beautiful place to stand in nature. 52 more words


Best of Both Worlds (Part 2)

Unfortunately, we have failed to find this harmony between the industrial and the natural as a species. Cities and factories are ulcers that suffocate our amiable earth. 62 more words