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: Two Great Non-fishing Books

04-28-2003, 06:43 PM
I am highly recommending these two books... Sahara and Krakatoa... The natural and tribal history of the Sahara desert is yours to learn and enjoy..and the greatest natural disaster in recent history is studied and understood... you will not be able to put these down. The Sahara a Jungle once, and will be again.. the water under the surface.. the tribes...... and more.. check them out and here are the covers...

04-28-2003, 07:06 PM
My current "read"... not quite as real-life, but all the same a great collection... :hehe:

04-28-2003, 10:18 PM are you going to expect to win the fastest finger question on "Who want's to Be a Millionaire" let alone get by the first three questions......;)

04-29-2003, 06:14 AM
Ha! Ha! Well, you never know, what if the questions were about Peanuts, Garfield, Calvin and Hobbes, Sherman's Lagoon, Get Fuzzy, Fox Trot, or one of the 15 others I read? Then where would everyone else be?
Seriously, I love well-written and -drawn cartoons, they're a great release and many of them (such as C and H, Sherman's Lagoon, Fox Trot, etc.) are geared towards "better-educated" adult readers. These books balance out my library of texts on Marine Chem and Bio, Ichthyology, and all of that... and then somewhere in the middle are all of the fly fishing books!:hehe:

04-29-2003, 07:12 AM
Well, I was just kidding you of course... and I have some great old cartoon mags that go back to the 50's...somewhere at home.

04-29-2003, 07:21 AM
:smokin: I know it! Speaking of books, when's yours coming out with all of the patterns you've been working on these past few years?