We’re back – from the Middle Fork (of the Salmon), the Henry’s Fork (of the Snake), Yellowstone and the San Juan River (below Navajo Dam)
You may recall from an earlier post that Kathy and I were bugging-out early, because we had been invited on a Middle Fork trip, and simply could not pass-up such an opportunity. The Middle Fork was a week of bliss, with fabulous weather and non-stop fishing, catching native cutthroat trout on hopper patterns, all day, every day. Then we headed for the fabled Henry’s Fork, for more fishing. And next door was Yellowstone, with the most fantastic array of scenic and wildlfe wonders in the world. We returned via Flaming Gorge (but didn’t fish) and our own San Juan river. I’ll be putting-up a series of posts in coming days, showing you some of those wonders. Stay tuned!
Meanwhile, our capable staff finished off the rafting season, and, with final figures in , we improved our numbers over last year! Given the prevailing economic malaise we are all painfully aware of, we are more than pleased with this result. Thanks to every one of you 4937 guests we had the pleasure to serve this season.
Thanks also to Britt and Jenni for their posts while we were away. You have to agree that Britt’s photography is first-rate. And today, 9/5, is the occasion of Jenni and Patrick’s wedding, the subject of Jenni’s earlier post. Congratulations to the two of you, and we are looking forward to the event, now just a couple of hours away. We know that Jenny will be a beautiful bride.
Here’s a photo from Yellowstone: