A teenage girl was savagely attacked by her own German Shepherd after the puppy ‘suddenly flipped’, tearing off part of her face. Iona Manson from Birmingham, needed two hours of facial reconstruction surgery and more than 50 stitches after the mauling, which tore a chunk out of her nose. And the 13-year-old, who had raised Fidden since he was nine days old, is still mystified why her 13-month-old pet suddenly attacked her. Remarkably plastic surgeons managed to piece together Iona’s face and today the teenager has barely a scratch to remind of her of the terrifying attack.
But her mother Mhairi Manson, 39, said she was still struggling to sleep after witnessing the ferocious incident.
Luckily her father, Scott Manson, an army trainee nurse who previously served 18-and-a-half years as a tank commander, was in the living room and heard the dog growl and Iona scream during the attack. Mrs Manson said they also adopted his brother, Bracken, who has never behaved aggressively. I suspect the little girl was playing with the dog by putting her face down by the food dish when the dog was eating. Owners of dogs need to understand how they think and make sure they always recognise the human as the leader of the pack.
Actually they can like the dog that attacked me, he had the equivelent of down syndrome in dogs. You were very brave Iona, and far more intelligent than the fools who are criticising you or making assumptions.
Karma is a bitch at the end of the day, and anyone who HURTS a dog will get their due at some point.
It has been great to see the attendance high and keeping high, even over the Easter weekend, and also to see different boats on each occasion, some of whom are new to LTSC Meets.
Bucklers Hard was another good gathering, although as far as I was concerned not entirely incident free. I naturally decided to keep somewhat to starboard going in to leave plenty of room for the turn to port, but somewhat over-did it.
Tuska€™s resident professional skipper later told me that this is the fourth time something similar has happened to them in recent times whilst berthed and involving an insurance claim! Chichester two weeks later was a much less stressful and a more pastoral affair for Selene and myself.
I did not make the Poole Meet, Selene being out of the water to have her annual anti-foul, sail-drive service, and scrub up. The recent Open Day, and otherwise, seem to have provided us with a very good new intake of members specifically interested in sailing on yachts rather than dinghies, and in a couple of instances who own nice cruising yachts. One thing that does concern me is finding ways to get those who do not own boats sailing with those of us who do, and thus into the swing of things. It is not so bad for those who are free to sail on Wednesdays and can Meander, and this does provide some sort of a way in for new members. One thing we could do, although not because of all the other meets until the autumn, would be to restart the Saturday Saunterers in something like its original form.
So we should perhaps try again in the autumn, but with proper pre-announced destinations and the draw of a decent lunch.
A closely related matter is that several of those who have joined recently have sailing experience but some time ago, or on dinghies rather than yachts, and have said things like their a€?knots are a bit rustya€? (hint - try not using wire rope?) At least one took the very sensible step of taking an RYA Competent Crew course before actually coming along to join the club. Something we could do, which would also get people meeting each other, is to book the pontoon one Saturday, get two or three yachts alongside, and so some revision of basics like knots, how to make up lines on a cleat, springing off, etc. Keith Willis, our Rear Commodore Sailing, with a couple of other dinghies, is intending to sail an Osprey to Alderney this summer, something that is well documented as a tradition in the club years ago. As everybody knows, Mike Kelly is our admirable Admiral as far as the LTSC Annual Cruise goes, and year after year he works very hard at researching the itinerary, making berth bookings etc etc. He usually goes on the cruise on Graham Swetmana€™s boat, so it was interesting when I caught him during one cruise looking severely at Graham and pointing and I captioned it.
I think I converted the photo to B&W with an intent to use it in the then printed a€?Cruising Newslettera€?.
So a very nice weekend.A  The facilities at Chichester are excellent, and the marina is well run with a smooth running system on VHF where you book in when wanting to leave and then get called in groups of 3 or 4 when it is your turn for the lock. Keith Willis, our Rear Commodore Sailing, with a couple of other dinghies, is intending to sail an Osprey to Alderney this summer, something that is well documented as a tradition in the club years ago.A  Duncan Wright is intending to take his RIB across with them, as I believe is Dave Gorringe. I remember Dad telling me to sit up so that he could see my face and then the next thing I can recall is being in the back of the ambulance and looking out of the window.
People should understand that some dogs, like most people, have personal zones and they do not like people or even other dogs in their face. I have not been that far up Southampton Water before, but you cannot get lost - carry on until you have just passed the big silver dome that houses the incinerator and the view ahead is full of cranes, containers, and container ships, and you have reached Marchwood YC whose pontoons will be on your left.
The food was good and they had, perhaps appropriately for the 1950s architecture, a beer on tap that seemed to be something that has disappeared from the pubs down here.
We brought up temporarily on the C pontoon hammerhead whilst Peter Bennett went ashore to get a berth allocation from the HM - they do not operate on VHF and we could get no signal on our mobile phones.
All was OK as I started in, taking account of the cross-tide, but just as I had fully turned into the fairway there was a sudden very heavy gust. Mike Knowles has been working valiantly on lists of those who want to find yachts to sail on, and of skippers willing to take new crew.
However quite a few of the newer people are younger and work, so cannot sail and make their initial contact with skippers on a Wednesday.
In recent years it declined to a very pale imitation of the Meanderers, with a meeting in the Solent Room one Saturday every month. Ideally I think it should be run by a newer member and one of those who are working mid-week since this would provide some a€?creative tensiona€? with the Meanderers. And if there were sufficient interest we could have a yacht or two doing a€?trips round the baya€? meantime to get crew introduced to skippers, etc.
This for those of a historical disposition later got renamed TellTales whilst remaining still purely a Cruising Newsletter under that title, until eventually we, the cruisers, agreed to let the rest of the club also put other stuff in it because the general LTSC Newsletter a€?Mainsheeta€? had become essentially defunct.
Selene is due to go back in the water tomorrow, sans radar pole, after being anti-fouled etc.
I have not been that far up Southampton Water before, but you cannot get lost - carry on until you have just passed the big silver dome that houses the incinerator and the view ahead is full of cranes, containers, and container ships, and you have reached Marchwood YC whose pontoons will be on your left.A  The very hospitable club is housed in what is left of the old military port with a classic taste of MoD guard-house architecture. So what about some yachts going across with them - for one thing this could provide some berths for the evening for the dinghy guys, for another would be much in the a€?one-cluba€? spirit, and we could probably have quite a good evening, either in Braye or up the hill in St Anne, once we are there. Before the marriage, the man held her hand, walked with her, opened theA door for her, called her on the telephone, wrote her romantic notes, sent her flowers, and took herA to dinner.
What a splendid start to the season, a Meet every fortnight and glorious weather more or less throughout. I did not like the berth allocated, A10, which was narrow and going to be hard to turn into with the wind, which at that point had freshened to about F5, blowing straight up Selenea€™s stern as we approached up what little fairway there is between A and B.
Selenea€™s T-keel conveys rather little lateral resistance unless she has a bit of way on, and I was slewed and blown onto the protruding anchor platform of a 19 metre LOA Grand Banks MV (ironically called Tusk) berthed on the B pontoon hammer-head.
In my case when leaving one sounder display showed minus 0.3 metres for a couple of moments (I have two displays with different offsets!), but we escaped nonetheless. However he reports the obvious - skippers are conservative creatures, and like taking their established crews!
Memories of my time as an RAF cadet marching into various airfields in the 1950s came flooding back, see the picture below.


But locked in with only a short free flow period, and 7 miles from the sea, would not be to my taste as a permanent base.
So please stopp the commenting because this story has been so twisted its unreal to its Biased to comment on it unless you know me or the real story. Having seen someone else get into difficulties up there and have to be rescued and turned in by the HMa€™s assistant in his dory, I asked the HM for somewhere else but no joy.
Or, to be exact, the pole on Selenea€™s stern holding my radar and other antennae was (the radar is there because the self-tacking jib does not give enough clearance in front of the mast). Other than the streaming hay-fever I was suffering from, the whole weekend was extremely pleasant. I started the Saunterers and then persuaded Sheila Wicks to take over, and it worked well for a while on the basis that it would go to a definite place where we could all get ashore for lunch, one not normally frequented by the Wednesday Meanderers, and that the destination would be announced by e-mail a couple of days in advance once the likely weather was known. Perhaps if we go to Marchwood again I should take one of my trumpets along so we could do a proper colours ceremony? Sadly, most owners are generally inexperienced and are unable to actually communicate with their dog using language that they understand. These men begin to act as if they haveA forgotten how to show their brides the tenderness to which they had grown accustomed.
At least I got the mast and the shrouds past before the gust, but the radar pole suffered, see below. An extremely nice meal was had by all on Good Friday in the Chichester Yacht Club, with their hi-tech buzzing and flashing devices to tell you when your individual meal was ready for you to collect. This not only provided a vehicle for those who were not free on Wednesdays, but also for those whose boats were not parked in Lymington. As a resultA of this change in behavior in their new husbands, young brides often feel disappointed, let down,A and deceived.
It is a peculiarity of British Society that people who RENT property, (especially if it is from the Council or a Housing Association), are looked down upon, and that home owners are seen as upstanding citizens who believe they are better than others, PURE SNOBBERY, IN FACT!A Well!
So unfortunately did Tuska€™s bow and varnished capping rail, and various efforts by the HM in his dory and others who took a line on the dock, pulling in opposite directions, bent a couple of Selenea€™s stanchions and damaged her gel coat for a few centimetres along the toe rail when rubbing against Tuska€™s prow. On the lay-day, Easter Saturday, Robyn and Peter, with most of the others, walked into Chichester itself, whilst I stayed around the boat and did a few odd jobs, and ate lunch in the very nice marina restaurant. I dona€™t think it is a coincidence that the idea began to decline once Sheila handed it over and the path of least resistance as a copy pure and simple of the Meanderers took over. So unfortunately did Tuska€™s bow and varnished capping rail, and various efforts by the HM in his dory and others who took a line on the dock,A  pulling in opposite directions, bent a couple of Selenea€™s stanchions and damaged her gel coat for a few centimetres along the toe rail when rubbing against Tuska€™s prow.
That evening we had a a€?pontoon partya€?, but on the grass, and Andie and Mike Smith whetted some peoplesa€™ competitive instincts by organising an egg-and-spoon race. Perhaps they get busy at work, or their minds are heavy with details, or they are mentally and physically exhausted. But regardless of what a husband is feeling or going through at work or in his financial affairs, his wife needs his attention and affection.
Now, it is good to fight (defending you) O Leader of the Faithful!' He said, `O Abu Hurayrah! Does it please you that you kill all people, including me' I said, `No.' He said, `If you kill one man, it is as if you killed all people.
When the word sun is used in the New Testament, it alwaysA connects two or more people into a very vital union.
The creek was rising and the fish were a bit sluggish, but I was able to tempt a few wild browns to hit my Yozuri stick bait. When these words are linked together as they are in First Peter 3:7, it meansA to share a house together or to dwell together in one residence.
The fact is, there are many husbandsA and wives who live in the same house, who eat at the same table, and who share the same bed,A yet who dona€™t really a€?dwella€? together. They are like two ships that occasionally pass each other.A Although they share the same residence, they live separate lives, never really connecting with eachA other. This is a great challenge to men, who often want to be quiet when they come homeA after a busy day at work.
Many men would rather sit down in front of the television and flip theA channels all evening rather than communicate with their wives. They live and act as though they are SINGLE.A Husband, learning to share your life with your wife is a skill that must be developed. First, you must seek to obtain that knowledge by reading the Word, by reading a goodA book on marriage, by attending a seminar on how to be a better husband, by listening to a teachingA tape on the subject, and so on. I don't question why, but I will say that the Berkley Trout Worm in a PINK or ORANGE color will usually get you a few bites.
With that being said, I have created my own Pink Worm that has enabled me to land many trout, both wild and stocked.
She has cleaned the house, taken care of the children, cooked your evening meal, and faced her own challenges throughout the day.
So, I am sorry for that.A Now, when the power is out for 7 days and the clean-up effort at your house is over, you need a few hours to unwind. Even more importantly, she wants fellowship withyou because you are the one she loves and needs the most. Or why dona€™t you sit at the kitchen table with your wife and let her tell you all about her day over a cup of coffee or tea? Now, it is good to fight (defending you) O Leader of the Faithful!' He said, `O Abu Hurayrah!
And after she is finished telling you every nitty-gritty detail of her day, take the time to tell her about your day!
She wants to know what you did, whom you talked to, what they said, what happened next, and so on. A few local streams were scheduled to be stocked with trout-- Manatawny Creek, Hay Creek and Tulpehocken Creek. I should be in very good company this year with my best friend Mark and a college buddy named Mark joining in the fun.
If she is assured that she is a top priority in your life and feels secure in her relationship with you, she will gladly follow you and help you wherever God leads. You will findthat if you dona€™t plan these times together, all the other responsibilities of your lives and ministryA consume you, and in the end,A you dona€™t spend enough quality time together.
Open your heart to her; talk to her like she is your best friend and most important confidant. You see, if you have aA happy wife, you can be sure that youa€™ll have a partner who is with you all the way. So I urge youA today to learn how to dwell with your wife according to knowledge.A Make sure that from this day forward, you treat your wife like she is a top priority in your life!
Your rewards are out of this WORLD!!A Lord, I ask You to forgive me for not spending enough time with my wife. I am so sorry Ia€™ve been so selfish and havena€™t been the husband I need to be for my wife.
As Goda€™s Spirit works in meA and transforms me more and more into the image of Jesus Christ, I am becoming a betterA husband to my wife. Because I love her deeply and regularly show my love to her, she feelsA secure and confident in our relationship.
As a result, she is willing to follow me whereverA God leads and is supportive of my decisions.


Husband, how much time in a week do you think you spend using your remoteA control to mindlessly flip through the television channels?A 2. Husband, what can you eliminate from your schedule so you can spend moreA time with your wife? I managed a few smallmouths and had a nice brown follow my 3-inch stickbait for about 15 yards.
Are you sending her the right message when you never haveA time for her, but you somehow have time for everyone else?
It was pretty cool, the water was clear and you could see the fish slash and slash at the stickbait. Can't wait to fish all the local streams, as they all will have a new look and feel to them. I have no idea what Erie will look come late October, early November, but I am hoping they get some serious rain up there. All in all we landed 8 species of fish: Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Rock Bass, Redbreast Sunfish, Bluegill, Green Sunfish, Fallfish and a Crappie. She looks at me with a absolutely no freakn way look and goes, so daddy, How much money do I have to pay you. There is no better way to cool down in the summer heat than wet wading and catching some fish. Smallies, Largemouth Bass, Redbreast Sunfish, Bluegill and a White Perch were the fish I brought to hand. The temps during the day were brutal and the skeeters made me pay for attempting to fish Cherry Run. I only fished where some cool tributary water emptied into Penns.Saturday was tricky with a few bugs in the air.
Sunday evening was reverse fashion -- Isos then BWOs.I got a half-decent picture of a Iso stuck in the shuck.
The fish took a CDC Sulphur pattern -- it was DARK, no light at all when the fish took the fly.
I stayed off Penns during the heat of the day-- it was 90 degrees in the afternoon on both days.
I made an attempt to fish Cherry Run and landed 2 brookies in short order on my Moth pattern.
The sportsman then proceeds to tell me that he is going to cross the creek and kick my BLEEPITY BLEEP. Spoke to the gentleman again, with Ronnie explaining that the area is posted and the signs are on the road. They are easy to see too, especially when the wings are made of CDC.A I won't be out fishing again any time soon. If you want to wet a line--give me a shout and I'll do my best to put you on some fish.A Trout fishing locally will cease with water temps hovering around 70 degrees. Big Spring Creek, Letort, Yellow Breeches, Big Fishing Creek or Spring Creek are some of the streams that are fishable in the summer. We can also hike along some cool mountain creeks in search of native brook trout or wild brown trout. Vinny caught a Smallmouth Bass on a worm and Zoe landed a nice-sized Brown Trout on a crayfish lure.
I'll probably be fishing with a friend on Sunday evening or taking the rugrats to drown some worms!!!
A Sunday, I was able to fish a local Class A water and noticed many Blue-Winged Olive spinners.
I managed one fish landed, one fish missed and one fish lost before I had to run to the truck. Best trick tonight was to cast down and across and inch an emerger back to the shore, pausing it at spots were a fish just rose. I made my cast---the fish slid out from under the brush---he sat in a lane with his mouth open waiting for my fly---with ease, he swallowed the fly. No wild trout today, but the Rainbows were very colored up with beautiful pink fins and the Browns looked like they have been living in the stream for years. Thursday was brutal where I saw creeks that were in perfect shape one minute, turn into Willy Wonka within' two hours.
I volunteered a few hours Sunday morning with the A Great Day Outdoors fellas, Roger and Bob who help put together the Bob and Jeff Miller Trout Fishing Clinic, which is a mentoring program for the Big Brothers and Big Sisters.The fish were provided by Mike's Tattoo and Body Piercing that is located in Reading, PA. I helped a few kids land some trout and was able to see many folks that I have not seen in a few years. We had a great time and found some really neat critters and managed to catch a fish or two. We caught a good number of wild brown trout and missed many more.The slower pools had fish sipping in Little Yellow Stoneflies. Plenty of yardwork to make the little woman happy, drive happy little woman to her mother's house and call your best friend to go fish a stream you have not fished in about 15 years. Saw a huge Barred Owl fly up the stream and hang out in a tree for a little bit before he flew elsewhere.
He launched them up out of the water and onto the dirt bank like the bass fisherman do on tv. After I saw him boot his 4th fish in about 20 minutes, he goes: That's what I came here for. Two-- a stickbait--a Yozuri Pin's Minnow is my favorite-- is also tough to beat during cold, high and dirty water conditions. Three -- My favoritefor fly fishing is a 2 fly rig that consists of a bigger and brighter glowbug with a Green Weenie dropped off of it. If there are rainbows around, they will hammer a nicely presented egg pattern pretty much any time of the year.
Local Class A waters are running at agood rate and are still on the cold side.Trout season opens next weekend for SE PA waters. Headed to the Little Lehigh and when I got there the lot was full and anglers were top to bottom. Fished the quarry hole and managed toland a few bluegill and a good number of smaller Largemouth Bass. Most ofthe bass were taken on smaller ice spoons tipped with waxies.With the heatwave we are in, not sure how much longer the ice will be around. Drilling through the ice with my Nils 8 inch ice auger was too much for my shoulders.Hey, I have an 8 inch Nils Ice Auger for sale !!! The PFBC was on the ice and it was the first time in over 10 years that I had my license checked. We started the day using tungsten jigs, then switched to shrimpos and did some sight fishing.
I don't question why, but I will say that the Berkley Trout Worm in a PINK or ORANGE color will usually get you a few bites. Can't wait to fish all the local streams, as they all will have a new look and feel to them.



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