Thanks for the kind words Woody.I just want to say, ****y, that this little piece was an absolute pleasure to edit (if you can call it editing).
OK, "checking" is a better word for it. And the pictures, especially the two of both of you holding fish were great!
Why, oh why, oh why though, are there no more pictures of the pike trip and why are you hiding Gilly? She should be holding it.
So, she has a mental health issue then as well. I mean, who in their right mind would want to marry an angler?Gilly can't have been that upset though, I asked her to marry me in India, and she said yes!!!
Hey Steve (Lockett),
Really looking forward to seeing your India film again, any chance you can do me a copy?
LOL! No, Gilly wasn't drugged!! But that was a contingency plan...:whGilly can't have been that upset though, I asked her to marry me in India, and she said yes!!!
Here she is with a more manageable sized fish.
Was she sucking on one of those funny pipe things when she agreed to that!!!???:j
Congratulations mate..................now please stop writing about you adventures and talking of pioneering, im 53yrs old and had lotsof adventures, but you are making my feet itch, not many "overseas" writers do that!
Have to work on your geography mate, that was the main river. :whLast time I was out we scoped out a small tributary of the Kaveri and saw some huge murrel that I really fancy a crack at... time for a floating frog lure methinks.
You're never too old to follow an angling dream matey