Monday, November 14, 2011

Down the Hatch - The Backcountry Journal.

The Backcountry Journal is a new online periodical created and edited by hunter, fly fisherman, fly designer, and writer, Ben Smith of Arizona Wanderings. I am very excited and honored at being included in the first issue. 
Read it here: The Backcountry Journal.

28 comments:

  1. Erin, thank you for the information. Cool site. I'll be watching it. All the best for you Erin!

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  2. Congratulations. Really enjoyed the read.

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  3. Nice work e.m.b.
    The site is a plus.

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  4. Nice one..................

    It will be on my follow list.

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  5. As usual a very nice and well written article.

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  6. I particularly like the use of all 3 forms of there/their/they're in 4 words! Impressive!

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  7. Thanks to you all! The Backcountry Journal is definitely one to keep an eye on...

    And Tim Gerke.....ha! ;) I'm happy you noticed!

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  8. Wonderfully descriptive Erin, reading it made me feel the cold of the day and the warmth of the accomplishment.

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  9. Dave - Thanks much, as always. I'm feeling the need for a hot beverage though now too...

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  10. Pretty impressive first edition and strong choice including you in it. And for the record, I agree with Anonymous.

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  11. Cofisher - Thanks, much! There's some fine writing in it so far, Ben does great work! Oh...and for awhile I thought you might BE anonymous. POW! hehe ;)

    Herringbone - Indeed, it's true! The secret is out!

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  12. That's about as good as it gets. Stellar, as per usual, Erin.

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  13. See The Backcountry Journal for comment....

    awesome as always!

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  14. Erin, congrulation for the article,i will follow the journal.

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  15. Sanders - Thanks...I will go for a look see!

    Carlos - Thanks, and I know there will be great stuff from many more writers being posted in the coming weeks and months.

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  16. Congrats Erin! I look forward to reading your additions.

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  17. Kev - Thank you...there are other outstanding writers on board too, so should be very good reading material to come!

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  18. As always a very impressive read. Excited to keep reading your blogs as well as The Backcountry Journal. I have a proprosal for you, would you mind sending me an email at kara.armano@backbonemedia.net

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  19. Kara - Thank you so much! Just sent you over an email!

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  20. Boy, you sure have away with words, it makes me think of a writer of the past, a very good one, can't put my finger on it yet, but I will.
    I really enjoyed reading this.

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  21. John Dwyer - Those little bits of memory come at the strangest of times but as you said, they always do. Thanks for stopping by, and for the good words.

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