The end is near
Posted By Linda Branham on September 19, 2013 @ 8:19 pm
 We have had our first frosts and the tundra is painted in different stages of yellow and reds.  My flowers bit the dust this morning when the sun brought the outdoor thermometer to the 25-degree mark.  We are having bluebird days and crystal clear nights, with the full moon making electricity seem superfluous.  These last few nights have provided us with a space concert of unparalleled magnitude; the only enhancement might be a fringe production of the aurora borealis, which I haven't seen this week.

Moonfishing on the Big Ku last night. . .

The season is ending and I'm not going to bore you with words when pictures can speak a thousand words.  Here are some highlights of the last few weeks.

Steve Elliott looking content . . .

Could John Mues be happier? Don't think so . . .

Jim O'Neil making Montana proud . . .

Could guide Scott O'Donnell and niece Cassandra have a better day?

I'll keep you informed about prices for 2014, as it is our big 20th anniversary year and weeks are disappearing quickly.

FISHING