WordPress Learning curve and upcoming posts 

Hello hello! Awesome adventure and fishing trip posts to come, I’m so excited to have my blog up and running. But I do have to say, there’s so much about WordPress I don’t know how to work ! Ahh! It’s simple enough to get a post up with photos and such, but as soon as it comes to designing the format and customizing I get confounded. Maybe it’s that I don’t have a ton of time to just sit and figure everything out on top of all my other duties as a wife and mama… So please bear with me on this learning curve, I promise I’m trying ! If anyone has some tips or advice, definitely key me in.

So as I’m brainstorming blog ideas to come, I want to hear from you! What you want to see and hear and learn about! I’m thinking some delectable recipes with wild game or self caught fish is in order. Or ooo! The home made healthful packed every day snacks that fuel our expeditions?! I’m talking vegan energy balls, homemade jerky, chile mangoes, pic-nic friendly wraps. All of it? Well okay! I’ll get to work

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Fly fishing- My Introduction

Fly fishing is a beautiful sport, artistic even. As it connects you to the most beautiful locations nature has to offer, it also binds you to the mysteries that lie beneath the water. There’s nothing better than being in a creek surrounded by mountains, wading in water as clear as glass, deeply anticipating a strike. Pure bliss! The excitement we feel, the rush,  when catching a fish can only be surpassed by catching a bigger one. Or how about even catching a rarer one, a Golden Trout, a pure Colorado Cutthroat- nature’s protected secrets.

I’m so thankful my husband has been patient enough to introduce me to fly fishing, for he’s the very best teacher I could hope to find. We’re so blessed to live in a place where world renowned fly fishing is just an afternoon escape right out our backdoor. I’m super excited to share our fly fishing adventures with you- and to hopefully inspire you to get outside exploring, maybe even enjoying fishing the waters Mother Nature so intricately perfected yourself- who knows!