Salmon don’t live in Florida’s lakes and rivers. The water’s too warm. Besides, they only spend part of their lives in fresh water.
That’s why the fish farm is on land.
So far, so good. I knew what I was going to write about, where to find information I’d need, and then I started writing.
If I’d made an outline, planned ahead and generally taken advice from ‘write your way to fame and fortune’ how-2s, then — I’d probably still be writing an outline.
I’m definitely not going to get my Florida fish farm piece finished by Saturday. Sunday, maybe. Then again, maybe not.
On the ‘up’ side, I’ve been having fun writing it. So I figure there’s a chance you’ll enjoy reading about Florida salmon and all the rest.
Finally, and inevitably, the usual vaguely-related stuff:
- “April Showers, Minnesota Style, and More (or Less”
(April 15, 2021)
- “After a Dozen Years, Something (Sort of) New”
(January 28, 2021)
- “Time and Talent: What am I Doing Here, and Why?”
(January 27, 2021)
- “Another Wednesday: Reading, Wondering and Writing”
(January 20, 2021)
- “Waiting on a Dead World: Science and Being Human”
(October 28, 2020)