The Kate – fly and photo by Glista, still the maddest doctor at a vise.
If you fish flies and surf the web, you might have noticed a lot of recent focus on protecting our public lands. Buster’s done a bit of mouthing off about it too, and we know it’s easy to let the bastardos get you all down in the chops.
So pick your ass up, get your Muir on, and celebrate the addition of 400 acres to Yosemite’s western boundary.
via Luke Hunt, Ph.D. for American Rivers:
Through this addition to Yosemite National Park, Ackerson Creek – which flows through the property before flowing into the Wild and Scenic South Fork of the Tuolumne River and the greater San Joaquin River – will have its water quality protected from threats for years to come.
Aw hellz yeah!
Buster has some cool pals. You can find Agua Fria Alchemy in the blogroll.
What you’re not seeing on the teevee machine: much of New York’s Schoharie Valley and the headwaters of the East Branch, smashed into a muddy paste.
Glista’s lab exploded and now there’s stuff all over the place. Anyone?
Suggestions: Mambo Chicken, Defenestrator, Electric Lycanthrope