NANFA-L-- Asheville Naturalist Bookstore

Crail, Todd (tcrail-in-UTNet.UToledo.Edu)
Wed, 15 Mar 2006 21:58:07 -0500

Hi gang,

This is the link to the website of the book store I was talking about in
Asheville the other day. Low on fish books, but that's what Jonah's is for
:) They do have Fritz's book in stock, however, it's not listed on the site.
They probably didn't realize there was all us bunch of crazies out here.

Anyway, the site is: <>

What's kinda funny.... I was trying to remember the name by memory the other
day. I knew there were some letters missing, but I guessed the wrong word.
Boy, was I in for a treat when I googled "complete naturist".

The other funny thing that happened today (must be that I've spent the whole
week with Dave Derrick and Mike Hanley, if you know those two characters)...

We were surveying for a dam removal restoration all day. When I was going
home, I didn't feel like taking off my waders until I got in the door. I
stopped-in-Kroger to get some of their sushi to go, not really thinking about
how funny that might look (or the fact that I was in full gear in a grocery

Some guy behind me in the U-Scan says:

"That's pretty expensive bait."

The F Channel Madness, Toledo, OH
It's never too late to have a happy childhood. <>
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