Give Me a Break

| May 13, 2008

#cigars drake magazine texas fishing with fly rod

Sitting on the front porch just waiting for the weather to make up her bleeding mind. We are on the edge of a cool front, Texas style, and that means heavy weather threats in the form of thunderstorms and the obligatory hail (heaven protect my Airstream), wind, tornadoes and all that is part of living in the middle of Tornado Alley.


The bats are about to begin our neighborhood harvest of bugs, and it’s time to get a fish taco.

<a href=””>+Shannon Drawe</a>
<a href=”″ rel=”publisher”>+Texas Fly Caster</a>

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  1. playformeacoustically says:

    I find myself getting impatient waiting for a new entry… but then I think about how long it’s been since I updated MY blog. Reading what someone else has to say is a lot more interesting than talking about yourself I guess.

  2. lane says:

    “Partagas Sabroso leaf or the Masi Campofiorini fruit – fermented of course ”

    sounds like a podcast is needed

  3. shannon says:

    I say you can roll in those colorful four letter words. I still don’t get that part. It’s kind of like going to a concert these days when the lead singer throws out a few expletives and the crowd erupts just because he/she used “those words”. shannon

  4. jhays says:

    I say we submit to the Drake a carp fishing article with the most on-the-edge, out-of-the-box carp photography they’ve ever seen.

    Then a short film for their competition next year!!!!!

  5. playformeacoustically says:

    The weather is really weird down here as well. It almost ruined a rock climbing trip to Reimers Ranch, but we ended up getting in a good amount of climbing anyways. I’d never been out there before, but I wish I had. It’s amazing, the sheer amount of rock climbing is ridiculous, but there’s also bike trails out there, and apparently it’s a good spot for fishing in early spring. I’ll definitely be going back, that’s for sure.