I’ve had quite a few months off. Family matters and my total disillusionment with the estrogen powered blogging world made me believe that what I said will not be received how I intended. I went to BlogHer12 and met some of the most intelligent women that I have ever had the pleasure of talking to, only to find out that when when so many women of that type get together, many of them turn all “high school catty”, and they digress into the note passing, gossiping, “I’m better than her because…” , cliche groups, and such ridiculous infighting, that the major issues were not addressed. Most of the vendors where just that, vendors. They wanted to show their new products and have the “Mommy bloggers” write about how wonderful the new line was. Very few could answer the question: ”What programs or promos do you have to work with bloggers that will help my traffic and make me want to promote you?” If you look at the vendor total, getting single a digit response is sad. Many vendor booths were impressive with good swag, but programs for the bloggers were lacking.
It took me a while to realize that the people visiting my site were not these phonies, but the people who get out there and enjoy life. I spent most of the winter wishing that I could make another trip in my kayak and catch something great. Sometimes I’m not the quickest learner in the pack. I missed the entire ice fishing season on Sagandaga lake and should be ashamed of myself for even bothering to think of what “professional bloggers” think of me.
My kayak is uncovered. I have some time. It is time to catch.
Oh, by the way, here is one of my more embarrassing points at BlogHer, reminding me that I am older than most of the groups of bloggers at the event.
Fresh and salt waters all over the world are rich in food and birds are the best fishers there are. David Attenborough follow birds from across the globe, including common mallards, revealing them as exquisite divers and American dippers who prise small creatures from underneath rocks in Yellowstone National Park. Wherever there is water, there are birds, who have learnt to get food there.
Saltwater fish tanks should be placed in a location in which they will be enjoyed, and it’s important to decorate the tank with filtration in mind. Avoid creating an aggressive fish tank or a tank with an ammonia spike with help from the owner of a retail aquarium shop in this free video on saltwater fish tanks. Expert: Ed Pecord Contact: www.fishfrenzyonline.com Bio: Ed Pecord runs a retail aquarium shop. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
Meet some Texas saltwater fish and get tips for catching them. Learn how to fish with Texas Parks and Wildlife’s “Take Me Fishing 101″ series for beginning anglers. For more information, including free fishing events in your area, visit www.LifesBetterOutside.org.
When taking care of a saltwater fish tank, water changing is an important part of the maintenance, so a siphon tube or gravel back should always be on hand. Find out how to pull debris out of a saltwater fish tank with help from the owner of a retail aquarium shop in this free video on saltwater fish tanks. Expert: Ed Pecord Contact: www.fishfrenzyonline.com Bio: Ed Pecord runs a retail aquarium shop. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
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