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Old 07-31-2013, 02:55 AM
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And now the alternative balance to last week's highest-of-high's... this week I find myself in the mountains of southern Armenia for work. Life is crazy sometimes.
mountains??? mountains???

R U sure they're ain't trout in them mountains???

J/K hope you return safely
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Default Re: Yellowstone Nat'l Park - July 25-26

WOW! What a report. I loved it. It's super cool to be up their with your daughter, as you said "etched as a lifetime memory". Good for you guys. Fantastic.

I hope to fish there myself someday!
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mountains??? mountains???

R U sure they're ain't trout in them mountains???

J/K hope you return safely
Funny you should mention that... the valley approach to the jobsite was cut by a roaring stream and at lunchtime we were presented with a fresh serving of these...
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It was quite a spread actually... and the food just kept coming.
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And of course, any time you are meeting with Clients in the Russia/C.I.S. countries... eventually you will have to make the choice - Cognac or Vodka?
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I did return safely by the way... thank you for that
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Great post! No other place I would rather fish.
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Default Re: Yellowstone Nat'l Park - July 25-26

Looks like a great trip! Can't wait till my daughter is old enough to fish. I need to spend some time in the area, I'm so close yet don't get out there enough. Love the colors on those fish, healthy for sure.

The lack of rainbows is a good thing, and as far as I know it's a kill all non natives in the park this year. So any Lakers,brookies, rainbows, browns, should be harvested. Check the regs but I'm 90% sure.
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Default Re: Yellowstone Nat'l Park - July 25-26

Wow

That spread for lunch looks like it would take a weekend to sleep off......or to hike three miles down the trail

Again, well done!!
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When I think about my daughter when she is a teenager (I've got a while still) I just hope and pray that she doesn't hate me, let alone that she will go fishing with me for a weekend! Congrats man, you've done well.
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