Frank & Jeanne Moore Lose Home to Fire
We've heard these two wonderful people mentioned in steelhead circles for years, but have never met them. It makes us sad to hear that Frank, age 97, and Jeanne, not far behind, have lost their lovely home to the wildfires in Oregon.
Theirs is an amazing story about life from the shores of Normandy to the log home they built themselves on the North Umpqua. These two have led a simple, wonderful, life. Thank you Trout Unlimited and Angling Trade News for bringing us their story. Please take a look.
Our thoughts, prayers, and best wishes are with you Frank & Jeanne.
And Then There's Aiden
From 97 to 4, here's a story about Aiden's first trout, written by his dad, Domenick Swentosky, as seen through the eyes of a 4-year old. Like 4-year olds everywhere, an afternoon fishing with dad is not just about fishing....
It's fun, refreshing, and cute.
While we're on the subject of kids, we'd like to brag a bit since our grandsons, Bridger & Colter, made Kayak Angler's latest issue tying flies for bluegills and bass in the pond.
Kids Facebook Album
Just wanted to say thanks again to everyone who sent in photos for the album. Our Facebook ratings jumped up last week after publishing the blog and we're sure the album gets the credit. If you missed it last week, here's the link again: you don't have to be “On Facebook” to view it. Enjoy!