My routine on the George goes like this, get up at 6, have breakfast, fish all day, have dinner, in bed by 8 and repeat for the week. There really is only two things to do fish and think. I do a lot of thinking while fishing on the George. Deep thinking is a challenge at home with so many distractions but up there I get clarity of mind.
There is something about that beautiful, wild, harsh environment that makes you feel closer to the universe and God, especially when your guide takes you down river through the rapids. Things that you thought were important back in the city suddenly don’t feel so important after the first cold spray of river water hits you square in the face. You feel uneasy maybe a little thrilled, you think this might be the time for a good prayer. The truth is that as we age we tend to think safety first. We may not have really pushed ourselves for a long time, we stay in our comfort zones. My trip to the George challenges me, it is the real deal. Continue reading “Unplugged On The George (Part 2 of 2)”