Welcome back to Haiku Monday, where Fish Hack is tossing some positive juju toward Alaska in hopes that stranded Virginia Fish Wrapper Mark Taylor can finally get home.
Been in AK since joining Fish Hack Aug. 29 in Anchorage. Now he’s stuck in Cordova waiting for the swells to die down so he can get the RV to the airport.
Stuck in Cordova./Get home or get a lawyer./Alaska baked Mark.
For you Haiku Monday virgins, this is when and where Fish Hack waxes on and off, non-Brazilian style, about the outdoors and whatever else comes to mind. The bad versions of ancient Japanese poetry is just the schtick that keeps on schticking.
Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah./Uh Uh Uh Uh Uh Uh Uh./Get the beat yet, Bro?
While rumor has it that Taylor is getting that long flight home to Roanoke today, Fish Hack will finally get one of those cool fall Mondays on the Rogue River, Hack’s home waters.
Dump the Tax Deductions off at the ultimate babysitting service called the Medford School District and head to the middle Rogue to play with some chinook.
Nothing more fun than back-trolling plugs alone. Fighting a chinook while trying to net it and still keeping the driftboat from running into the rocks can be as Keystone Koppish as it sounds.
But that’s fun stuff.
Fight and net your ‘nook./Can’t rely on others’ help./So evens the odds.
And if Fish Hack remembers, he’ll make a call to the Host Organism on her birthday.
I’ll try to pretend that I knew what The Most Significant Other sent her for her birthday and apologize for the card still being “in the mail.”
It’s her 50th birthday for the 21st time, so…Here’s to The Host. Cling!