Tag Archives: Susquehannock Trail

Rivertops and MLK,J

I got a break from the weather; it was almost Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and I was going fishing. There was a connection here and I was going to find it. Most of us know something of Dr. King’s … Continue reading

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Lyman Run, A Perfect Balance

Summer and fall were in the Equinox. Clouds and sunshine wrestled for an upper hand above. I drove along Route 6, turned off at Galeton, Pennsylvania and traversed seven miles of rough graveled road, closed to Thru Traffic.  (Ask not … Continue reading

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Brook Trout Basics

For some it was the first day of archery season in the woods of Pennsylvania, but for me it was a day for brook trout basics. I was on a favorite brookie water with the forest brightening on the slopes … Continue reading

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Autumn Journal: October 3

After work on Friday I joined Bob and Porky at Ole Bull State Park in the forestland of northern Pennsylvania. That evening, after the tent site had been settled, the park warden talked to us about bobcats. He had seen … Continue reading

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