A wise fisherman once said, "Fishing isn't a matter of life and death. It's far more important than that."
Over the past few days, I've finally collected enough information to make a good decision about the direction of my life with regard to adaptive and rehabilitative applications of fishing. Doctors now call it "Piscatorial Therapy," and it is in some small part because of my efforts that they decided to give it a name. That and a couple of bucks will get me a cup of coffee at the local diner.
Over the next few weeks, FishCampRehab will transform in response to the new direction I'm taking. It will get some pruning and perhaps updates to content will slow down a bit. I haven't decided if I want to keep blogging or not at this time. But I have decided to get out of the "Piscatorial Therapy" game entirely. I always told my students and volunteers two things I have recently remembered:
Remember: it's just fishing.
When it stops being fun, I quit.
Well, it IS just fishing and it stopped being fun a loooong time ago. So I'm going back to just fishing for fun. See ya!
February 21, 2014
According to a new report in Military Times, if you’re an Iraq war veteran (both conflicts) with respiratory and/or neurological dysfunctions, you need to read this! Such things are not even CLOSE to unheard of. There are deadly lung diseases caused by naturally occurring particulate matter in the desert of AZ, NM, and far West TX […]
February 19, 2014
"My opinions are obviously valuable enough for you to get paid to collect them, but they are MINE. If you can't compensate me appropriately for my opinions, then why would you think I would give them to you so that you can make money off of them, your boss makes money off of them, and the investors in your firm profit from them? After all, I own them." I explained.
February 9, 2014
Yeah, I’m doing it one last time! I’ve got a bunch of fly rods and reels (most with top quality fly lines and backing pre-loaded) for sale. For those of y’all familiar with my terms, this won’t come as any surprise and you already know that my prices are beyond fair – well below market […]