Friday, September 14, 2012

Time In "Brook Trout Forest"

"A richer, fuller life" the words of Kathy Scott from her book "Brook Trout Forest". This is what I believe she means.

I spent several hours yesterday in "brook trout forest". A quiet, peaceful woodland. Myself, nature and wild brook trout.



A " richer, fuller life". To sit on a stone by such a place and eat an apple.


A "richer, fuller life". I hope all of you can enjoy such a life.


A "richer, fuller life". The chance to hold one of natures wild jewels.

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28 comments:

  1. Nice pictures and thoughts Alan.

    Soon you'll be walking the fields for pheasants.

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    1. Ed,
      Thanks.
      Pheasant, woodcock, and if fortunate grouse.

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  2. could do with a bit of that Alan , that's it !yo've inspired me to visit a wee stream next week!

    Thanks Col

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    1. Col,
      Thanks.
      Just as I hoped would happen...enjoy your outing.

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  3. Hi Alan!

    So true, so true! Looking forward to be able to do it again. Thanks for sharing!

    Yours truly,
    Mats Olsson

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    1. The Jassid Man,
      Thanks.
      My pleasure. Lets hope it's soon.

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  4. eating an apple in nature is awesome, holding a wild jewel is better! some awesome thoughts to end my work week with, thanks

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    1. Blake,
      Thanks.
      Good thoughts to end your week, means you'll have a great weekend...enjoy it.

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  5. A brook trout forest is a peaceful, beautiful, and comforting place to be!

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    1. Bill,
      Thanks.
      It's all that and more. I hope everyone can experience it.

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  6. You just cant top the deep colors of a brook trout in the forest of brookies. NICE

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    1. Joel DeJong,
      Thanks.
      It's a pretty tall order to do that. They're beautiful.

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  7. Stunning Colors!! Nature's Gems!!

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    1. TROUT1,
      Thanks.
      They sure present themselves in a wonderful way.

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  8. your photos of the forest and stream just made me take a deep breath and relax. :)

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    1. TexWisGirl,
      Thanks.
      Those places have that effect on people.

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  9. Love it... Never forget how lucky you are to catch native brookies... they are perfection.

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    1. upacreek333,
      Thanks.
      I appreciate that fact almost daily.

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  10. Brk Trt,

    May I ask, how do you get so much time on the water?

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    1. tenkara ambassador,
      Thanks.
      So much time, oh no, not enough time.
      A very understanding wife, and retirement.

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  11. I yearn for a trip into "Brook Trout Forest"! Peace, is where you find it.

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    1. Mel Moore,
      Thanks.
      A wonderful place to be.

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  12. You know, Brooke Forest isn't too far from Grouse Forest. It's fall! Do you also pursue the prince of the woodlands?

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    1. Gary Thompson,
      Thanks.
      Ole ruffy is tough to come by, but I'll be swinging in on a few timber doodles in a few weeks.

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