Friday, February 22, 2008

be a fisherman not a wisherman

My favorite fisherman is your favorite fisherman's favorite fisherman.

7 comments:

D Hanks said...

Well now that's interesting. I can just envision this guy on BET with his very own fish'n show.

Maybe we should make our own fish'n show on spring break.

Matthew D Dunn said...

I thought about bring a video camera for spring break. That would be great. I can borrow them from the library here for free, but I don't think I can borrow one for 9 days or however long I'll be gone. Do you have one?

D Hanks said...

I do have a cool Sony digital video camera that I can bring along (so long as Sara doesn't need it to video her class). I also want to bring my still camera stuff. I'm thinking that there might be some really good pictures of some waterfalls (not to mention the giant trout we're going to be catching). I'll take care of the video stuff. I'll make a copy of whatever we get on video and send it to you.

Maybe we'll get some footage of you 'RASLIN a bear too. Now that would be worthy of youtube stardome.

Matthew D Dunn said...

There "might" be some waterfalls is the understatement of the year. It seems that area is the water fall capital of the east, if not the country. I can't freakin' wait. Definitely bring the camera. I bought Adobe Premiere in the fall so I can edit up that footage into something fancy. Hopefully I will not, however, 'rassle a bear. Hopefully I do catch a South Cackalack steelhead though.

D Hanks said...

OK. No 'rasslin of the bears but definitely some catch'n of the Sout' Cakalack steelhead.

I'm certainly excited to be headed into the woods. I'm going to try to find out more about how's the best way to get down in there and the best way to get back out for that matter.

And it does seem that waterfalls are the norm, rather than the exception.

Yaniv said...
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Matthew D Dunn said...

"That's a lot a garlic Coolio!"