I’m first to notice the blog is lacking in the fishing reports. I apologize deeply, but you can only imagine how things pile up after three months on the road. My body also craved some hardcore exercise and with some March snowstorms the x-country skiing has been hard to resist. It’s wonderful to be home.
Between the snow play it’s been catching up on art projects. Lately I’ve been drawing swimming fish on Cliff Fly Boxes so this week took the movement to my watercolor paper. I believe it’s the beginning of a new era to my art style. And check out the logo I drew for the Upper Bear River Chapter of Trout Unlimited – another true challenge with the sharpies.
Tonight it’s off to the South Fork Lodge to help teach a guide school. My work begins by giving my presentation “Evolution of World Traveling Fly Fisherman”, basically a show to encourage new guides and fly shop folks to take their new job opportunity to the fullest. Then tomorrow I’ll help with several classes and hopefully wet a line myself on the South Fork.
Have I mentioned my return with the Himalayan Outback coming soon? Stay tuned. . .