The outdoors and the good life are synonymous. And Ernest Hemingway embodied the good life, with his exotic safaris, hunting in Idaho, and fishing in Cuba. He prefigured many of the great fly fishing personalities, such as Lee Wulff, Joan Wulff, and Bud Lilly. In this episode, we reflect on the life of Hemingway, one of our favorite American writers, and try to sort through what the outdoors and the good life really mean for most of us who are not outdoor professionals or those who can spend their days fishing and hunting.
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What do the outdoors and the good life mean to you? How do you balance your love for the outdoors with the demands of life and family?
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3 Replies to “S4:E7 Hemingway, the Outdoors, and the Good Life”
Sometimes it’s better to want then have.
“No matter where you go, there you are,” is from the movie Buckaroo Bonzai, an absurdist action/comedy very similar to Big Trouble in Little China (same writer/director).
Also, a big thumbs up for mentioning Griz and the Potomac River, makes this Washingtonian proud.
Wow! So true, Thomas.
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