Friday, February 27, 2009

The Dead Zone

No it isn't that I have grown tired of writing about the goings on in my life,it's just a dead zone.This time of year has become a time of cleaning up so to speak.Everything from reorganizing the hunting gear,getting the boat ready for spring bass fishing,taxes and general tidying up around the house.So that's what I have been up to the last week,well that and getting food poisoning.Yeah that was,and still is,so much fun.I recommend you all try it as it will make you think twice before putting anything you didn't personally prepare in your mouth.Well I'm almost over it and hopefully my insurance will come through on the hospital visit.I have a short trip planned to Baltimore for a visit to the Coast Guard Regional center.I complain about having to go there to get re finger printed,but most people have to go there for much worse reasons.My reason is only to upgrade my current Merchant Mariner's Document.The early next week I may try something I have never done this time of year,trout fishing the mountains of Virginia.So just stay tuned and hopefully next week I will have some decent outdoor pictures and stories.Oh and stay away from sketchy chicken!


paul the pirate (Yar!) said...

Tough week, man! Hopefully by the time you're back in the rotation, it'll warm up a little!

tugboatdude said...

Yeah I sure hope so.By the time it warms up then it's to hot!Thanks for reading,I checked out your blog and it's great to see a fellow mariner out there with the same goal as I have,make it to the top!Good luck and fair winds.

The Downeast Duck Hunter said...

I went through pork chop disease back in college, stupid roommates couldn't cook a hotdog... If I moved anyway, shape, or form it either was the bucket or the toilet... Gatorade in, Gatorade out...

With that horror flashback, I find that dead zones are far and few between. It's hard to buy a minute any time of year for me!!!

Take care,