I hope to put up a bigger update in the next week, but as I wind down from a long day, reviewing a few blogs I was motivated to put up a brief post.
The fall has zipped by fast.
I finished up my first two terms of grad school and am now in the holiday break. I actually wish another class was going on now - I was just starting to get back in the groove with school after about 18 years away from formal schooling! So far a solid A, which I'm excited about and which I've enjoyed working for.
I have fished a few times this fall - hitting some local wild trout streams while scouting white tails. Regrettably, my fishing mojo was not high, and I landed a few chubs, but that was it...
On the other hand, my deer hunting mojo was solid and I managed to tag a doe and a buck with my bow during November. I'll poke around a bit with the muzzle loader the next few weeks, but overall, most hunting now is about time in the woods, unless a very large buck strolls by.
It always feels good to have such healthy fare available for the family... And watching the 3.5 year olds chow down on venison and veggies is a great sight!
We are busily getting ready for the holiday's now, but tomorrow we are hosting some friends who we met while our son was in cancer treatment at Dana Farber. They had to move here from Spain to seek treatment for their boy. He's doing great, and their family will be here for a thanksgiving like meal tomorrow afternoon. It's always fun to see them, and to let the kid's play. I just wish there was still snow so we could take them sledding!
Sunday may be a day where I get to fish a bit. Rosemary's taking the kid's to the Nutcracker with my mom... and that leaves me with a full afternoon. I'd love to hit the swift River (a tailwater an hour from me) but that may be a hair to far... So I may stick to some local native streams... or may just take a hike or a mountain bike ride and enjoy the fall woods.
Have an excellent weekend -