© 2012 Will K Downstream

Going Downstream

I started The Riparian Corridor sometime in the summer of 2009, I think.  It’s gone through as many transformations, modes of existence and tides as I have.

It’s time now, though, that I step away from it.  The departure is indefinite and planned as a complete one.  I simply need to set it down and focus on other things. I’m hoping at least a small part of that is fishing.

Thank you, everyone, for all your faithful reading, comments and sharing.  See you all…downstream.


  1. Posted May 3, 2012 at 7:44 am | #

    Sorry to see you go, Will, but I know that such things are not done without a lot of thought and reason. My best to you as you travel downstream. Perhaps we’ll bump into one another, sometime, along the riparian corridor. I’d like that.

    • Posted May 3, 2012 at 8:15 am | #

      Thanks, Mike; undoubtedly we will in some form. And it will be with fly rod in hand…

  2. Posted May 3, 2012 at 9:39 am | #

    Will, sorry to see you leave. I’ve enjoyed your quirky humor and wit and the fact that I felt a connection. If you ever show up in Colorado, bring your fly rod and your gall bladder.

  3. Posted May 3, 2012 at 10:51 am | #

    Sorry to see the Riparian Corridor come to an end, you will be missed. Good luck venturing down wherever the stream may take you…just make sure to carry that fly rod.


  4. Posted May 5, 2012 at 8:54 pm | #

    My friend, Will. What to say. It has been an enjoyable time reading your writings and getting to know the humorous side of you on the different forums…Take care of those things that are most important in life…We all enjoy our blogs, but they are not on the same scale of importance. You know where to find us if you need to correspond at any time or find a “tippet” to brighten up your day! = ) Peace.

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