Weekly Water Photo 43 of 52

A day out with the wife and kids on this fine Autumn day.

The kids do not understand the concept of “getting an extra hour in bed”

weekly water picture – 43 of 52

 

You gain some cred if you can tell me what river this is!

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Vice Chairman Perks!

I was thinking the other day about all the perks of being the Vice Chair of the River Kelvin Angling Association – I mean it is a big club with nearly 1000 members, we have a healthy bank balance, we have good trout fishing and great runs of Salmon. You would think there […]

Weekly water photo 42 of 52

Is it 42?

I have no idea!

Anyway, I was down at Kelvingrove park and was struck by a couple of things one of which was my boys foot in my face and the other was how Autumn everything was looking including the river – it was big by the way!

It […]

Bags of Shite!

Can I just point out that I do not mind dogs that much – I mean over the years I have been attacked by Rottweilers and have had to put up with my fair share of splashing dogs in my time however I do not hold anything against them (especially my crotch and […]

I warned you all – remember that!

When the shit hits the fan and they start to take over the world like the monkeys in “Planet of the Apes” I want you to remember a guy that used to hate walking through a field of the buggers by himself – who will be laughing then eh?

Arm yourselves now brothers – […]

Weekly Water Photo has totally went fubar!

I owe you like 6 pictures – next year I am going to do a weekly wanker photo as I seem to run in to them more than I do water.

I am going to totally cheat and use pics from over the years I have taken and then not attached to any posts..

Kelvinography – The Kelvin-Helmholtz Wave Cloud

The Kelvin-Helmholtz wave cloud looks like crashing ocean waves. These beautiful clouds are named after German physicist Hermann von Helmholtz and British physicist Lord Kelvin, because they form when two different layers of air are moving past each other at different speeds. The above layer is faster. Some parts of the boundary – a shearing […]

Ramblings…

Interestingly there has not been the usual crowd of guys fishing the Kelvin this year for Salmon and the word on the street is the fishing for Salmon on the Kelvin has been = “total shite this year” (according to the chap in Dumbarton who owns the food shop and served me my roll n’ […]

Last Days….

The Summer is now into its old age and heading towards its grave – the leaves are falling off the trees and I had been hoping to have one final cast before the winter (and close season hit) – I also had a plan to clean the grime from my Salmon fishing exploits […]

In Birmingham!

Out for a walk – wish I had my pike gear!