When I Paint My Masterpiece

My salmon is naturally the biggest, it is the salmon under the “T” in Tom.  Mark’s salmon was pretty big too, his salmon is in between the Tom and Ewing.  We had a great day salmon fishing in early September.  Our chart boat captain, Tom Ewing, managed to hook us up with over a dozen salmon, we bungled half of them, but that is why they call it fishing and not catching.  To guage the size of the fish, just know that I’m the biggest guy of the group and am approximately 6’1″ tall, these fish were about 3 feet long and 3 biggest were well over 20lbs. 

The Bulldogs won the softball championships!  We won the first two games of a best of three championships and it was an awesome time.  We’re going to move up and play harder opponents in the Fall, but the team continues to improve and play better each year.

My car had a major malfunction.  My 2003 Honda Accord’s transmission died.  I am told that this will cost me approximately $3,000-$5,000.  This is exciting news, but I love my car and was nearly done paying for it, so I am getting it repaired. 

Jac and I went on an impromtu date last night.  Every place in Doylestown was a mob scene due to the art festival.  Jac and I left the center of town and went to Ooka’s fashionable bar.  The bar is sleek, modern, industrial, with plenty of American spirits.  We weren’t that hungry so we split a couple rolls and she had Pinot Noir and I had a Sapporo beer and a rum & coke.  They introduced me to a sweet great tasting Navy Rum with a hula dancer on the bottle.  I loved it. 

That’s all I have for now.  Have a great week, if you happen to run into me, just call me “The Champ”.

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