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    Road trip to the Deerfield - 11.3.2013

    To take a road trip, you gotta rock out in the car to your favorite road tripping music.

    This is my personal favorite at the moment.

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    A friend of mine invited me up to see the Deerfield, so we met up at the Book Mill, a great used bookstore and coffee house in what had been an old mill, alongside what I presume is a fine little brook trout stream.

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    I bought the shirt, and a book that perhaps a few of you might know, "Currents and Eddies," by William J. Schaldach.

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    Great pictures and old paintings in this book, and some old fashioned advice for fishing the Catskills. I bought it, but think this one could be a real treasure for a true historian and fisherman who appreciates the literature of the region. So if you know this book and want to trade for it, perhaps an Italian bamboo rod would suffice... Make an offer.

    Anyway, the Deerfield...

    We saw two risers in about an hour or two just standing streamside.

    A very worthy river, I'd say, that has captured my imagination.

    I might advise you to stay away if you don't like liberals, intellectuals, college students, and their ridiculous sanctuaries, the bookstore and the coffee house.

    A place like this will leave you longing for mass production and Walmart, if it doesn't make you buy an American made bamboo rod first.

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    Re: Road trip to the Deerfield - 11.3.2013

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    To take a road trip, you gotta rock out in the car to your favorite road tripping music.

    This is my personal favorite at the moment.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	photo-4.jpg 
Views:	176 
Size:	294.9 KB 
ID:	9895

    A friend of mine invited me up to see the Deerfield, so we met up at the Book Mill, a great used bookstore and coffee house in what had been an old mill, alongside what I presume is a fine little brook trout stream.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	20131103_205827.jpg 
Views:	176 
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ID:	9896

    I bought the shirt, and a book that perhaps a few of you might know, "Currents and Eddies," by William J. Schaldach.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	20131103_205619.jpg 
Views:	154 
Size:	293.7 KB 
ID:	9897

    Great pictures and old paintings in this book, and some old fashioned advice for fishing the Catskills. I bought it, but think this one could be a real treasure for a true historian and fisherman who appreciates the literature of the region. So if you know this book and want to trade for it, perhaps an Italian bamboo rod would suffice... Make an offer.

    Anyway, the Deerfield...

    We saw two risers in about an hour or two just standing streamside.

    A very worthy river, I'd say, that has captured my imagination.

    I might advise you to stay away if you don't like liberals, intellectuals, college students, and their ridiculous sanctuaries, the bookstore and the coffee house.

    A place like this will leave you longing for mass production and Walmart, if it doesn't make you buy an American made bamboo rod first.
    You're a funny guy. For some reason every time I look at your pictures, I have to have a back rub and neck massage. Don't you know how to crop and rotate?

    Pictures taken before/after/during fly fishing:
    http://dcabarle.smugmug.com/Sports/F...79119552_XXeHe

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    Re: Road trip to the Deerfield - 11.3.2013

    Quote Originally Posted by dcabarle View Post
    You're a funny guy. For some reason every time I look at your pictures, I have to have a back rub and neck massage. Don't you know how to crop and rotate?
    Of course I know how to crop and rotate.

    But those pics are meant to be seen sideways.


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