So, I haven't updated in a long time, but not without reason. Here are a couple reasons why and some stuff to look forward to. First an update on the fishing front. It is not good, I have been out once in maybe a month. Last weekend was my once and it was a big flop. I went to a spot that was marked year round fishing on a Wildlife Reserve, and it was also marked for heavy stocking. So I figured what the heck I could use some stupid stocked trout on some dummy flies. This trip was a big flop, I ended up seeing 7 trout in about a mile and a half. The water was clear as glass and the fish had been spooked a couple times before I got to them. I sat on the bank and watched a great blue heron snag a trout and fly off. As I crawled up on my last hole I heard gun fire and was glad I bought an blaze orange hat and day glow green vest. It was hunting season and I remember fall fishing PA once or twice. Orange will give you away sometimes but it will also keep you from being shot.
Now as for the rest of life. I am working on a new project at work. It is a value vehicle outlet lot, and it has been nothing but hard work at this point. I am talking 60 plus hour weeks, and this weekend is the kick off. Hopefully the rest of the week will be smooth and Saturday will go off without a hitch. This is the web site "Value Vehicle Outlet" and I deal with all the incoming vehicles. It is a lot of work but I think the end product will be a benefit to anyone who needs a car fast and needs to just spend cash for said vehicle. Check out the site and the car prices, the idea is to be up front with any problems, but all cars are road safe. No haggle, no questions, and the guarantees are inline with other top value lot out there.
This leaves the biggest news, Sarah and I are moving to Connecticut. We will be leaving Atlanta in December and that has brought up lots of bittersweetness. The bitter part is we will be leaving new and good friends. These are people who acted as family while Sarah and I have been so far away from our family. I could name maybe a dozen people who have helped me and who I have helped and I will miss them all. Also I will be missing all the conveniences of the city, and the short trip to the mountains. I have found a ton of great fishing spots and the fact that I will be learning new waters is exciting. Now for the good stuff, we will be closer to our families. It is the northeast so I know the terrain in the woods and waters. There are plenty of other things that make this move exciting, and in the coming weeks I will try to blog more. For now read these two blogs from Sarah and they will fill you in fully "cleaning up cleaning out moving out moving up!" "On Faith And Rainbows" Thanks for reading, and I will try to be better I promise.
Untill next time