Tag Archives: Wyoming

The wind on the river

At the bottom of the Bighorn Basin, just North of the Windriver Canyon and near the wedding of the waters lies the town of Thermoplis, Wyoming. It’s one of the many hidden gems in a state where the beauty is rugged and must be earned. Here lives a dad who is a fly fishing guide by day, chef by night

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Casting for clarity

My dad said something to me once, years ago which has stuck with me ever since. “You’re lucky if you get to grow up.” He said. I think about these words whenever I feel my gratitude for this life flee for the frustration of the moment; when I want to curse the gods for whatever circumstance I may feel has

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Where the heart is…

I was leaning against the counter of the Pretzle Maker today in the Eastridge mall in Casper Wyoming having a slack jaw stare off with the woman making me two jumbo pretzles. I was dealing with a three year old who was off of his schedule and had spent the last thirty minutes moaning/screaming as we meandered from Target to

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