I watched the Theory of Everything. It made me think about time, relationships and how never to give up.
Sadly my time isn’t my own these days but I’m thankful for the continued workload.
Having travelled to Holland earlier in the week and then once back in blighty set off up the M40 to Coventry I realise that I haven’t had the time to listened to the water, the birds or smell the autumn air more importantly not been able to pick a rod up and have time to fish.
After a long day catching up on correspondence, emails and a couple of odd jobs I can finally settle down to night of watching a DVD but also to browse the pages of a couple of books that arrived this week. One title I have been keen to read is the Nature of Barbel by Nick Giles, a signed first edition copy found on an online auction site.
With the dark nights already hear it will be an opportunity to catch up on a few books, films and drams of Whisky by the fire.
The mystery starts to unfold about the ceramic eggs but who knew of the 10,000 stones placed on Brighton beach.
The egg hunt continues….
Caught By The River began in summer 2007 as a website driven by the passions shared by the people behind it. Angling, music, books, films, nature, pubs and drinking tea to name a few. In the time since the first post, after three summers at the Port Eliot Festival and several packed out Caught By The River Social Club events, the next event will be at the Queen Elizabeth Hall Purcell Rooms at the South Bank on the 25th May. Tickets are available for the sum of £17.50 and will feature music and the spoken word by John Andrews, Tim Burgess , Dan Kieran, Diagrams, Richard King, Chris Yates, Richard Norris, Michael Smith, Robert Macfarlane, Chris Watson, Roy Wilkinson and Will Burns.
After a hard mornings work it will be up in the loft to get the Efgeeco tackle seat box down, reels, rods and other paraphernalia for a trip to the Itchen.