For those of you who have read my posts so far, you know I’m new here at FishDuck. In fact, I just started last month. This timing posed an interesting challenge for me because merely a week or two before I came in contact with Charles Fischer, I decided to study abroad in Vienna, Austria for my spring term, which basically started today and goes until June 15.
At this point, you may be asking, “Victor, will you be able to still write for FishDuck while living nearly 6,000 miles away from Eugene?”
My answer: Yes I will, and I’m very impressed you know the approximate distance from Vienna to Eugene. Will it be easy? Of course not, but it certainly won’t be impossible.
The hardest part will be the availability of Ducks games. I obviously have internet access, so baseball, softball, and other Oregon sports that are broadcast online will still be attainable (as far as I can tell), but night games on the West Coast take place during the early mornings in Vienna, so staying up late for all of those games just isn’t practical.
However, I’ll still be able to catch day games and, honestly, I’d probably miss a similar chunk of games if I were still living in Eugene because of my class and work schedule.
I’ll still have access to Ducks’ stats, highlights, and other information, so my job will not be hard whatsoever. I’m actually really excited to see what it’s like to write from Europe. I think my joy from studying in Vienna will translate into my writing.
Visit our Sister Site, the new Our Beloved Ducks Forum!
This new forum that is unlike anything you have ever seen between our civilized discussion, (NO TROLLS ALLOWED) complete directions available for easy usage and the delivery of all Oregon Sports News. (That last part is a gradual transition up to Spring Football)
Go to the forum where we delve into today’s article and so many more topics and the nuances within them over there.
We have a topic post begun over at the forum for today’s article; it is a free site and offers more opportunity for the exchange of opinions on all the Oregon Sports subjects of the day. (And there are some very cool features!)
An introduction article about the new forum is right here.