Mothers Day Brunch
An on the water dispatch from FFJ contributor Nathaniel Riverhorse and a happy belated moms day salute. Please make sure the volume is turned up on your computer/smartphone/tablet/glasses as you wont want to miss this funny.
Letter to the Dept of Interior
FFJ friend and contributor Dylan Tomine penned and posted this thoughtful query to recent Secretary of Interior appointee and former REI exec Sally Jewell on his own blog. Given the urgency of the issues discussed, we feel compelled to share this with our own readers.
"Growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of the cancer cell." -- Ed Abbey
Bahamania Pt II: The Androsia Effect
Andros South. Photo: Jeff Galbraith
Whether a short run just past the bridge, or a 90 minute run to a remote spot, we caught bones. Whether we fished tan or pink shrimp, we caught bones. Wind or no wind, we caught bones.
Copi Vojta on deck. photo: Jeff Galbraith
Sometimes it's as simple as pressing return on the "confirm" button: With a few keystrokes we had transport to Fort Lauderdale Intl and a Cessna Caravan flight beyond to Congotown, South Andros, Bahamas...
Interstellar Colo Clawfishing: The Final Frontier
Forget about Siberia, Mongolia and Bolivia. Forget about inner-city carping and casting to mansheer in the shadow of Bhuddist temples.
That stuff is so, like, played out. Planet Earth is just one big sore-lipped aquarium now. It's time to pack your Tang, load up the heat-shielded 43wt and get Wookie wit' it...
Remains Of A River
Why follow a river from source to sea? Among other reasons "...it's also just the call of the journey...setting out onto the river just to see what happens...and thats pretty amazing" - Zak Podmore