Thursday, May 20, 2010
Tonight I fixed a simple salad (mushrooms, onions, lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, and ranch dressing), some corn, and deep fried Sauger. Sauger is my favorite fish and I owe these tasty fillets to my buddy Stacy (From how much is a Rockfish worth). I made the batter out of a pancake mix which is a little sweet but the kids love it (I like it pretty well myself). I love eating something I fixed my self from the local lake. Remember don't just take a kid fishing, let him eat what he catches. Your pal the Envirocapitalist.
Posted by R. Gabe Davis at 5/20/2010
Monday, May 17, 2010
Sunday, May 16, 2010
Journey to Live an Abundant Life is a very inspiring blog written by my sister documenting life and all that goes with it. If you know anyone in need of a good read about a modern woman this is a good place to go. Here is how she put it in her own words "I am hoping this blog inspires growth for the followers. I believe in nurturing the 3 parts of our being -- mind, body, and, spirit. I am interested in improving my life through this blog while bringing up some thought provoking subjects. " Can't beat that, your pal the Envirocapitalist.
My life has been pretty tame lately. I work (saving the world from raw sewage), Take the boy to golf and baseball ( I coach), mow grass( five yards mainly charity), and completing my household duties ( what ever the lovely and talented mother of my children wants). We have stepped back from the Cub Scouts for a while due to the hectic schedule and to be honest the scouts seem to be a little feminized and politically correct nowadays. Not exactly the place for a boy to learn what it means to be a man. So back to the way my dad did it.......in the wilderness. I have acquired a used 14 foot aluminum canoe for me and the boy to adventure in this summer and he will be old enough to hunt with me this fall. I will teach him responsibility and self-reliance out in the bush. I hope he realizes unlike a lot of today's youth that hard work is something to be proud of and being a tough, dependable, and humble man should be the aspiration of every boy. So it is off to the lakes, and woods, to catch fish, pick berries, and learn to be a man. Be on the look out for future posts on manhood and the exploits of the boy and myself. Your Pal the Envirocapitalist.