Discussion in 'Washington Fishing Reports' started by Hunter Dan, Feb 8, 2018.
Early February and my lawn is already growing!
No doubt! I've been noticing an awful lot of GREEN.
And the moss is worse then last spring,,,
I love moss in my yard! Always soft, green and I don't have to mow it. The elk don't even seem to eat it.
But you live in moss country..
If you don’t love moss you can’t live in Forks it would seem!
Love moss & Forks I'm conflicted...
Spent the day in Seattle today and I can't get back to Forks fast enough! I don't know how people live there.
Of course most of them probably feel the same way about Forks
My winter lawn....
I don’t feel that way... But my wife doesn’t seem to ever want to stay out there for longer than a weekend!
She just doesn’t understand the appeal of Moss like I do.
That's because the only time you come out is for the tournament in March!
Don't elk eat grass? I hear they die of lead poisoning up that way.
I hear elk eat grass. I hear they also die of lead poisoning up that way. Seems like the two go together.
I spent two years in the interior of Alaska where some people are writing their "goodbye letters" right now. Parachuted in high winds onto a frozen Kobuk river north of the arctic circle this time of the year. Squad leader was knocked unconscious and dragged across the tundra like a rag doll. When I wasn't in the field, I was ice fishing, wearing white and calling in predators, or on snowshoes looking for caribou alone in the wilderness on the outskirts of Mt. Denali.
Down south? Still pickin' cabbages, chard, turnips, rutabagas, collards and carrots from the garden. Getting ready to plant peas, lettuce and radishes. Ate some rockfish last night and some smoked salmon today. Rucking every other day as I prep for a solo wilderness high buck hunt this fall.
I'll take this climate over the Midwest where I grew up eight days of the week.
There are two stages in my lawn. Green (moss/grass) in the spring, and early summer that I have to mow until about mid-july...then global warming takes over, kills my lawn, and I'm good to go.....global warming sure cuts down on the yard work.......
The lawn doesn't bother me....it's the fuking mosquitos swarming my wood pile yesterday that really caught me off guard...little freaking devil bugs...
The wind... IT BLOWS!
No moss above the Yukon, but the summer bugs can turn the sky dark.
My lawn never stopper growing this year! Typically first frost puts it in to hibernation but we didn't get frost this years. Cray cray
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