Did some more scouting
around over the last few days. This first stream “runs” through a local park
that listed fishing as among the activities one can do there.
The pond is on the gardens
of campus. It’s marked “No Fishing”. It does have fish though.
Now we’re getting
I found this small stream not far from home, and I'm told it has smallmouth and, perhaps more importantly, many, many carp. It's low now, of course, but we're in a drought. At least it has water.
Today, I found out that in about 9 minutes and 22 seconds, I can walk from
my office to a very nice set of riffles and pools on the big river. I was told
the fishing is pretty good here.
I would have stayed for more pictures, but I
believe I interrupted a fellow pleasuring himself by the river. From a
distance, I thought he was holding a fishing pole so I started to approach him
to ask him if he was having any luck (with fishing). But as I got closer, it
appeared as if he was holding his iPhone in one hand, and something else in the
other. I politely made some noise and when I got to where he was, he’d remounted
his John Deere garden tractor. He said he was a student here at the University
and sometimes likes to come down to the river before work starts. I guess he
works at the university garden. I suppose you can’t fault a guy who likes do
jerk off while looking at the river, particularly if he does it on company time
and drives there with a company vehicle.
Anyway, I’ll probably just go down there to fish.
Sent: Wednesday, 25 July
Subject: Re: Where to fish
and/or do other things
I just revisited the
picture and I see the tractor. Are you sure he was doing himself by the stream?
What was on his iPhone? - A Perfect Fish,
The river looks great,
Sent: Wednesday, 25 July
Subject: Re: Re: Where to
fish and/or do other things
I can't say for certain
what he was doing. What I know includes the following:
He was standing by the
river. As I approached, it appeared that he held some sort of smart phone
in his right hand. His left hand appeared to be putting something (a
penis?) back into the front of his athletic shorts (I emphasize this to point
out that he was not putting something back into a side pocket, or zipping up.
These were athletic shorts of the type that, as far as I know, do not
have a front zipper). No fishing pole was to be seen. He then got
onto the seat of the tractor (technically, I believe it is what is called a
John Deere Gator, but I think that's irrelevant to the case at hand).
When I approached closely enough to speak to him, he was sitting slightly
hunched over. This could be his normal posture, he could have had a
stomach ache, etc. It's hard to say. It is, however, the position I
would have adopted had I been trying to hide an erection. But again,
that's only one of many possible explanations. I said "Hi", and
asked him a few questions about access to the river, about how he got the
tractor there, etc. To me, he seemed either a bit reluctant to talk,
perhaps a little nervous, or both. I'd have probably been reluctant to speak if
I suspected somebody had seen me jerking off by the river. But as I said
before, he was also down by the river on a company vehicle and perhaps also on
company time, which is probably prohibited. And furthermore, it was the
first time we'd met, so I don't really know if this is just his general
personality. We spoke a bit, then I walked further along the trail and I
never looked back to see if he resumed whatever he might have been doing.
Now, I think in his
defense a couple points are worth making. First, I never actually saw a
penis. Second, even if he had been holding his iPhone in one hand and his
penis in his left hand, it's plausible that he was urinating while checking his
email. As you are well aware, some people do that sort of thing. I think
his case (assuming he would try to make the case that he was not masturbating stream side) would be strengthened
if he could show that he is right handed because I think it's reasonable to
argue that were he masturbating stream side, he'd have used his dominant hand
and held the iPhone in the other; that is to say the left. I realize this
isn't an air-tight defense, but it would certainly be enough to sow the seeds
of doubt. I'd also argue that while the river is very attractive, it's
not that attractive. Of course,
he was looking at his phone, not at the river.
Needless to say, I'll be
back (to fish). So perhaps we'll eventually settle this once and for all.
Sent: Wednesday, 25 July
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Where
to fish and/or do other things
I should imagine it might
be easier to have laid the iPhone on the tractor wheel or other convenient
surface, while enjoying the comfort of a seat?
This is the curious part to
me. Standing up just isn't practical. Let’s just hope he wasn’t pissing
in your river.
Do you recall the size of
that white hackle you sent me for the carp flies?I need to get some more.