Sunday, April 29, 2012

Road Trip To Dry Falls

The other day my wife and I decided to grab a picnic lunch and take a little road trip.  
This is why I love the area that we live in.  
There is no better artist than our dear Lord and His creations 
are beyond mesmerizing. 

This is dry falls lake, a popular fly fishing spot.

 This is a view from the bottom, 
of where we were standing in the first photo.

This is the country of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce` tribe.  
This was their land.  
Even today after many years of pioneers, farmers, and industry, this land is still an abundant hunting and fishing area.   

Looks like a scene from a western movie.  
I can almost see John Wayne riding across the desert.

Fly fishing only.  Dry Falls Lake at he base of these cliffs 
attracts fly fishermen, not just for the catch, 
but for the serenity of the environment.  

If you would like to see more photos of our road trip, 
you can see them at my wife's blog:
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  1. Love your new look blog, Steve. What a great day out you and Connie had. My Dad used to be a very keen fly fisherman. I bet he would have loved it in that beautiful spot! Cheers Jane

  2. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I loved your comment. I am now your newest follower. I am too from Seattle and go back to visit every summer. I think we pass dry falls every time we go to Sun Lakes. It is so beautiful and my kids love it. I guess living in the concrete jungle of NYC makes you appreciate the beauty of nature. Looking forward to sharing recipes with you.