quick one

 

Who knew? Latest word is that Matt Rathbun changed his mind about taking the interim supervisor’s position. After giving every indication he planned to accept the job, Rathbun said today he will not be named tonight at the special 7 p.m. board meeting.

 

Haven’t heard yet if this changes anything at the county level –as in will someone go. More on that later, but I would think so.

 

Benches.

Lots of postings on the locations of benches along the walking route – too many to post – NOT REALLY. I haven’t thought to make the loop and write them down, but there area many more than there were in the fall.

 

Fishing season is creeping up 14 days as of today. Despite the Thursday debut of the 2010 fishing season I hope to see plenty of fishermen/women out there.

 

Speaking of, e-mail or bring in pictures (e-mail probably works best because you can’t send pix to this blog) of your opening day catch. Who knows? It might get in the Sentinel. If you do be sure to include where, in general terms of course I know how anglers are about ‘secret’ spots, who you fished with, lure/bait. Just tell a little about how you did that day. Send them to sentinelreporter@manchesternewspapers.com.

Bloging away to both of the people who have ever replied (thanks)

 

 

Matt

 

PS This is a somewhat anonymous way to ask questions, provide information, circulate the latest conspiracy theories

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