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|Occupation||Volunteer at the Dallas Jewish Historical Society|
|Location||Texas, United States|
|Introduction||I retired from teaching in March 2015, but I am continued my graduate studies in Public History and graduated in May 2017 with my MA History. For my Master's Thesis project I created a digital archives about the Texas and Pacific Railway Company.|
I have been fly fishing the past 20 years and have been known to wet a line as I pass by a hole traveling the backroads of Texas. Cody is the greatest fishing partner anyone could have, and we do enjoy our time on the water in the Mitzi Skiff flats boat, snapping photos of each other, and our catches. I like catching any fish, any size.
Rods: TFO that I build myself, except for my 5# CfR rod.
Reels: Ross for Freshwater, Nautilus for Saltwater.
Lines: Rio for floating and Orvis Depth Charge for sinking.
Fly Shops: TailWaters, Bayou City Angler, Living Waters, and Orvis.
Batson Enterprises for rod building.
Species favorites: Indo-Pacific Permit and Taimen.
Favorite Waters: Lake Amistad.
|Interests||Fly fishing, Fly tying, Rod building, reading, writing, needlepoint, going to the Symphony, baseball--AL: Rangers & NL: Cardinals|
|Favorite Movies||Chariots of Fire, Out of Africa, A River Runs Through It, Under the Tuscan Sun, Shakespeare in Love|
|Favorite Books||To Kill A Mockingbird, East of Eden, Michael Jecks books, Anne Perry books, C.J. Sansom's books, The Johnstown Flood, Halsey's Typhoon, The Greater Journey, The Wright Brothers|
You've just inherited a manufacturing plant that specializes in plastics. What are you going to make?