First and foremost, I'd like to thank you for taking time to check out my little slice of the web. I've been sharing a lot less on The Connecticut Yankee over the last few months, but it's all for positive reasons. Big things have been happening in life that have cut down my time on the water and, to a greater extent, my time documenting those experiences.
For the better part of three decades, I've had little in the way of real responsibilities and that, to put it bluntly, allowed me to fish my ass off. Now with job/school/house and, most importantly, a new family member on the way, some of things that I used to take for granted have taken a back seat, and it's all good.
I'm a very lucky man. Fishing, writing and photography have introduced to me to some amazing characters and brought me to incredible places. By no means am I hanging up the rods or the camera. I'll hit the stream, the beach or the ice any damn chance I get! It's just the little free time I find these days won't be spent pounding away on a keyboard or editing photos. Thanks for the good run...