While the journals/magazine referenced the last two days don't cover all that I regularly thumb through, they do represent a few favorites.
Here's what's left of that short, varied list.
I've been reading Sports Illustrated since I was a kid. Great photography and interesting analysis across the sporting world.
I remember reading stories about horse racing and fencing when I was in junior high.
Log Home Living caught my attention a few years back. I call this my "fantasy time" reading each month when it hits my mailbox! I settle back into my easy chair and pretend I'm designing a new home on some Colorado or Vermont hillside. You know, a place to go to simply get away from everything, except the quiet, the beauty and the trout! The thought of living in a log house just seems right to me.
A couple of inner-city teens came to our door about 6 months ago. They were selling magazines as part of a scholarship program. I never know if these things are legit, but I've never met a kid trying to sell something door-to-door that I had the heart to turn away without at least a little conversation. That is especially true in this neighborhood after dark.
Long story short: I ended up with a subscription to Baseball Digest, a compact little journal I'd seen but never read.
Pretty cool little resource that I pass along each month to my fellow baseball addict, Keith Ackerman! Every time it arrives I think of those kids at my door.
As a Lifetime Member of Trout Unlimited, the mailing address on the monthly magazine reads "1/2050" as the year my subscription expires. I hope they are right about the date of my predicted passage!
This is a truly beautiful little journal. Great articles about water and fishing conservation, as well as trout fishing technique.
I don't let a single issue of Trout Unlimited to go unread.
Of course, I read other publications--D Magazine, Texas Monthly and The Dallas Business Journal come to mind. But, what I've listed here are a few of my favotires.