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Finally ~ Spring, Fishing and Good Times

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    Posted: 02 May 2018 at 13:20
This past weekend, we FINALLY made it out to the mountains to do some fishing.

It was a good day; the boy caught 6 trout, including a brookie and some rainbows. I caught 8, including a rainbow/cutthroat hybrid, which sometimes happens in the local streams. We released all except for two, which were hooked in the gills and would not have survived.

I hope this works...you might need to scroll a bit to the right to see the entire photo. It's taken from my favourite spot in the world:

   

Here is the hybrid referred to above:

   

He was released after the photo was taken.

We had quite a bad fire out there last fall; if you look carefully, you can see the black areas where the fire burned quickly through the grass:

   

The speed of the fire spared most of the trees, but as you can see by the pine tree in the center, some were damaged, as well.

The new grass coming up was amazingly beautiful.
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Ron, I sure miss Montana. The best place I've ever lived.
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There is always room for one more, ya know!
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