Thursday, July 15, 2010

Hot, Hazy and Ready for Fall

I'm patiently waiting for the cool of the evening to arrive so I can run the dogs at the local park. As the hot day turns into evening I'm thinking back to all the adventures I've had with my dogs over the last few years. Some good, some great, some indifferent and some frustrating, as you can see by the teeth marks in the Acme 210 1/2 English Whistle!

Don't you worry a good summer brew and an even better read will help this summer day pass.

til next time...


Silk Line River Horse said...

And then some! I move to Colorado to get away from haze and humidity. This sucks! I'm thinking of floating the Colorado on Sunday. You in? I'll row. Pumphouse to Palisade.

Anonymous said...

I hear ya, Matt. I've been thinking the same thoughts. We are in that transitional time between worlds--it seems. The heat tends to dull the senses and the humidity to act like the second part of a two part epoxy on the brain.
A good read and a cold brew is a fine solvent.
I wish I could float the Colorado with you guys.
My oldest daughter JUlie has been living in CO for over three years now--mostly Breck, but in Denver right now. I need to get out there soon.

Matt Ortiz said...


Get out here to hunt some Dusky Grouse!! You'll love it!

Anonymous said...

We'll have to do that one day, Matt. You live in some beautiful country and I'd love for the dogs to hunt the west some day.