Monday, February 25, 2013

SCOF Tie-One-On-athon


A tip of the cap to the boys at Southern Culture on the Fly for a terrific day in Asheville at their Tie-One-On-athon to benefit Project Healing Waters. The project's dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and veterans through fly fishing and fly tying education and outings. That works for me.

A keg (or ten), fifty tiers, a couple hundred onlookers/kibitzers, and a thousand stories; too many to know where to start. So, instead, I'll just shut the up and let the pictures do the talking.










Special thanks to Dave, the swagmeister (above) and the whole crew at SCOF - especially Steve who let the hordes invade his space. Personal nods to Dave Hosler from The Pile Cast for making the long trek from Hoosierland and to Cameron Mortenson from The Fiberglass Manifesto for being such good company.

For more pictures from this terrific event, look here.

6 comments:

Howard Levett said...

Looks like a great event for a project I believe in. That said, that first sentence of yours was a mouthful.

Mike Sepelak said...

A mouthful, indeed. Which is exactly why I shut up and let the pictures do the talking.

Pile Cast said...

Mike you took some great shots! I'm gonna have to steal that one of me

Mike Sepelak said...

Anything you like, Dave. Steal away!

It was good meeting you and your lovely traveling companion.

Fontinalis Rising said...

That was at least a thousand words.

Mike Sepelak said...

Better this way than me having to write them, Jason. :-)