These are the roads I like to walk. They are located on large tracts of land. The landowner chooses to not allow vehicles, which is fine with me.
It's along these roads that some of the best times fishing are not on the water.
The brook trout in this stream were but three inches long...while they never came to hand they were beautiful
Some of natures works of art....very unique
Every time you post a pic of PBJ sandwich I suddenly get a craving for one. Simple and delicious.
Must be nice to have so many creeks at your fingertips. You're lucky.ReplyDelete
Beautiful...in every regard...ReplyDelete
Great perspective as always.ReplyDelete
When I saw your photo of the dirt road it immediately took me back to my old bird hunting days when my dad and I would walk them in hopes of finding a partridge pecking at the gravel. The fall colors & smells and the taste of an apple from a tree in a long abandoned orchard still stays with me. Thanks for post.ReplyDelete
looks like a nice track of land. The funny thing about a very simple lunch like PBJ & gold fish crackers? Those simple things seem to taste the absolute best when your experiencing such beautiful things like your sharing with us in your post.
Wish i was there. the photos are great!ReplyDelete
PB&J, Trout Bum food, Supreme.
I'm really fortunate for there are several within 25 miles of home.
I to hunt the logging roads, or should I say I walk the roads with a shotgun in hand.
Fly Waters Edge, Kevin
PB&J is as simple as they come....but taste like a steak in the field.
Great pics Brktrt and wonderful looking stream. Good luck on getting one of those little wild fellas to hand. Great road pics. No vehicles allowed also means no lazy people allowed :) Always worth the hike. Thanks for sharing. Tight Lines.ReplyDelete