… or maybe you can call it pre-spring depression. Do you recognize the following things: 1. The food doesn’t taste as much as usual. Everything you eat feels like chewing grandmas one week old porridge. 2. You cannot sleep very good, every night you wake up and scream (very loud horrible sounds). 3. When you… Read more »
Monthly Archives: March 2010
Good news! I finally got around to buying a new camera! I ended up buying the Canon HF S10. Naturally, it cost a lot more than I had planned to spend, but it looks like a very good video camera so far. Since I am now armed with a decent camera, there´ll be more behind-the-scenes… Read more »
Even though I’ve been living here in Copenhagen for about three months, I’ve yet to discover it’s fly fishing possibilities. I’ve heard rumours of big seatrout and I’m dying to find out if there is some nearby. Winter time is supposed to be the time for gathering the information and planning the trips… …but there’s… Read more »
As you can see by clicking the “jazzcam” tab above, the quality of the band´s own behind-the-scenes videos leaves something to be desired… Well, that´s about to change. The last few days, I´ve spent most of the nights online, trying to find a camcorder which suits my budget and ambitions – and what a jungle… Read more »
U.K is an interesting country. Maybe I should say England (sounds more royal?). I have been here for about a week now, playing with a traditional jazz band at trashy pubs and less trashy concert halls. The band I´m touring with plays old jazz – the average age on the audience is quite high, lets… Read more »
Except for Fredrik´s Santa Claus pics (check out the “Stupid Stuff” gallery), we haven´t really had any horror on this blog. So here´s some really scary stuff for you: As most of you probably know, the rise of the salmon farming industry has been a disaster for wild salmon populations worldwide. Sea-lice, genetic pollution and… Read more »
We’ve been contacted by people all over the world who share our passions of music and fishing! We are not alone! Check out this for instance: jazz saxophone player Dylan Rose’s blog and site “Skate the Fly”. Great reading!