I think this guy has the right idea! I snapped these pics at a local casino. It is a rare Series Rover with the factory pop-up camper top...I'd say he enjoys his "down" time on the trail!
As have I. I got a cheap Scientific Fisherman Fly Rod for my birthday about 15 years ago, and have never used it. Was looking at either buying a new one, or using that one. Would love to learn how to fly fish though.I've been seriously considering trying my hand at fly fishing.
Our Black Lab does a good job of keeping her occupied... he is a mostly unwilling participant though. He's gives me the "help" look when he's had enough of her "snuggles", it's quite pitiful.LOL...what about getting a herding dog? Then you'd have more "down" time!!
Most stuff around here is very heavily wooded too. Ultralights are always fun!I tried fly fishing several years back. But streams here in the east are usually heavily wooded, so very little room to cast. I used it mostly as a light bass rig in ponds and lakes. For streams, I still like my short ultralight rod with 2# line. That makes even a sunfish fun!
There's a thread in Off Topic discussing these as well. You should check it out and see if you can find anything that you might like.Ive been considering getting a quad rotor for "on the trail" vidiography and messin around during down time. Only limitation is your imagination when it comes to shots with a quad.
So many to choose from. Prices can get way up there in no time, so making the right choice is important.
Still looking for the right one.
@NorthStar96 What he said... I just got a Yuneec Q500 4K and LOVE IT.There's a thread in Off Topic discussing these as well. You should check it out and see if you can find anything that you might like.
Here's the link;