Saturday, December 8, 2007

Welcome to the Fish Camp


This white, picket bridge goes over a small creek and leads one into the "Fish Camp." Middle Tennessee is ripe with rivers, lakes and streams, and fishing is very popular. I grew up in NE Ohio, and my late father used to fish as often as he could, sometimes two-three times per week. While I did go with him occasionally, I was never too wild about it.

Do you fish?
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9 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

That looks like an ideal place to just wander. Wow what a place it must be. And pretty too.

Jim said...

I havent fished since I was maybe 10 years old. I like the picture, the white fence on each side is nice.

Isadora said...

sorry, no patience to fish. :) (too busy making history.) It does not look like a bridge at first glance - a beautiful area.

FĂ©nix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Nope. But I do like to eat fish. :)

Lovely little bridge. You'll find quite a few of those in New England.

GMG said...

Beautiful bridges and posts!
Did you notice my answer on the US trips? I've some posts under the label United States at all blogs 70s & 80s, 90s, and Blogtrotter!
Have a great weekend!

Chris said...

I agree, everyone. The place is very pretty. I should have mentioned that the creek was pretty dry due to the drought this summer.

Lynette said...

What a great photo, Chris. I believe I could enjoy a visit there although I don't fish. I love to eat fried catfish, Southern style. That's one thing I miss from Mississippi, believe you me. My uncle fishes to eat them; my brother fishes to throw them back. By the way, I like to eat fish up here, too, but I haven't yet located catfish fileted or fried right--for me!

About Toby Keith, I like some of his stuff but I don't have any of his CDs. Right now I'd like to get Dwight Yoakum's new CD of Buck Owens' music--I need to remember that in case my sons ask for Christmas present ideas!

Kerri said...

How I would love walking around that area.

I do NOT fish, but my brother and my son do. They LOVE it!

I do remember going one time with my DAD when I was young....Thanks for the memories!

Ming the Merciless said...

Fabulous! The lines, the trees, the fences, everything in this photo is spectacular.