For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
No better way ...
William ShuckThanksBill I thought you would agree.
Sorry about not checking in on you for a while Brk Trt..how is the water levels down your way..a little on the low side here but I've seen it worse....and by the way..lovely photos..
penbaymanThanksMike no need to say your sorry. Life is out there and going on.The water levels have been OK, some rains of the last week have boosted the streams nicely. Get the rain dance going for me in September.
AlanSo beautiful!!! Thanks for sharing
Bill TrussellThanksBill beautiful indeed, it's my pleasure to share.
Mark KautzThanksYes sir buddy.
There is no more pleasant and satisfying a way than that.
RM LytleThanksRowan time well spent.
alan… is that the same tree you and Jeannette decorate at x-mass time?
AnonymousThanksYes it is...it is doing nicely as you can see.
Beautiful Brown Trout..... time on the water... tough to beat.
Doug KornThanksDoug a fine combination even if it's only a few hours.
The brookies you show us are first prize but those browns come a close second or even equal winners. Time well spent. As with Anonymous, I wondered if that tree was the same one that you decorate at Christmas.Kind Regards,Steve.
Steve HynesThanksSteve the brown trout has been with us since the 1880's, and I consider part of our wild world, naturalized.Yes that tree is the one. This year it will be more popcorn and less cranberries.
I can almost hear that stream and woodland. Regards, John
The Two TerriersThanksJohn those are two of the finest sights , smells and sounds that grace our souls.
Lovely Alan, I just wish I could find time to get the rod out.
GeorgeThanksGeorge you have to find a little time...save your sanity.
Sometimes words aren't needed. You are the master of that Alan.
Howard LevettThanksHoward there are days when words just get in the way.A beautiful day with out clouds...