For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
Justin CarfThanksJustin that's the price you pay for stopping by SSR'sIt's a good feeling for sure.
Awesome... But spurs the question... Are we soon to see BrkTrt drone footage :)
HibernationThanksWill drone coverage has been considered, now if I could get my grandson Ethan to set it up.
Hey Justin, maybe we're related. I'm Hungarian! Sorry Alan, I had to do it. I've mentioned before how much I enjoy your posts because no words are necessary. That's not a slam on your narratives because your love of the outdoor, fishing and food are just that obvious. One more thing. You're the only blog friend that I don't have a clear picture in mind of what you look like. :)
Howard LevettThanksHoward I have a feeling, it remains in the back of my mind, but maybe the words get in the way....
"Every Picture Tells A Story"
Mel-Fly Tyin TimesThanksMel that it does, and sometimes better than we can.
Looks good enough to eat but did you cook it and fly your drone at the same time....lol
GeorgeThanksGeorge I'll take credit for the cooking, but the drone was a surprise to me.
As an obsessed fisherman, I surprised myself when I realized my favorite photo of the group is the scallop mac and cheese. Looks delicious!
LenThanksLen that scallop mac and cheese is a favorite of mine.Most places offer lobster, but I think fresh scallops top lobster in flavor. Scallop risotto is also a killer.
Some of life's best things right there...family, friends, the outdoors, fly fishing and great food! Thanks for sharing.Chris MaineFly207
AnonymousThanksChris they are all present.....but even if you only had one you would be on top.
Looks like life lived well lived, although I can do without the drone thing.
mike rogersThanksMike I was fishing a small stream last year when that thing came by. It hovered over me for a few moments then left. I often wonder if hawks, or perhaps an eagle will attack them.
Photos of a great life style. You are a lucky man, Alan.That second picture of the beautiful water falls, have you ever caught brook trout up stream of there? Reason I ask is I wonder if brookies were ever to somehow navigate that to populate the upper sections of the stream. Seems like a tough assignment.Best Regards, Sam
Parachute AdamsThanksSam I truly am, and I'm very thankful.I have caught brookies upstream of those falls, but I don't think they can migrate up there from below.Many streams in Shenandoah Nat. Park are like that. Some of the brookies live their lives in those pools and never go upstream.
Brook trout never cease to amaze me as to the waters they inhabit, including upstream of those waterfalls. A unique region they exist is the "driftless area" where Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa border. An amazing fish that finds a way.
Sam, I am amazed at their tenacity for life. I am thrilled, marveled and honored every time I bring one to hand. Incredible creatures.
Hi Alan, Speaking of food, I bet your "Christmas tree" has been joyfully stripped, of its decorations by now.
John DornikThanksJohn we visited that tree several times since Thanksgiving. We left nuts cranberries and pop corn.Now they're on there own.
AlanMy kind of post, sports, fishing, and fantastic food, just doesn't get any better. Thanks for sharing
Bill TrussellThanksBill it's all a part of a wonderful life.
Absolutely wonderful pictures as usual. The food looks delicious.
benThanksI appreciate it. I'll offer you some of the food, but I don't deliver.