Hey, guys! I’m excited to share a few photos from our Fly Fishing School this year. My TU chapter, Frank Hornberg, hosts an annual fly fishing school, and we share our love for the sport and conservation.
We teach knot tying…
…and fly casting…
…we have hands-on reading the stream sessions…
…and last, but not least, we serve really delicious food.
I wasn’t planning on wet wading during lunch, but when the fish are rising, well…
My chapter president and I took out four of our students after the school was over. We swung by a pub for dinner, then headed out on our beloved Tomorrow River. I was so proud of the women that came out with me- they did a great job, and we had lots of laughs while doing it. 🙂
Thanks, everyone! I hope you end up loving our streams as much as we do.
Shortly after the school, I ended up spending my meeting in a seemingly polar opposite way- at a meeting in a dark country club room, with a PowerPoint presentation. It was like the collision of my two worlds- I attended a CWERB (Central Wisconsin Economic Resource Bureau) presentation about entrepreneurship in America.
I learned a lot of material- it was incredibly interesting! I’m thankful that I secured an invite. I wasn’t sure if I would know anyone there, but I ended up sitting next to our mayor, and he introduced me to several folks that I should know in the community. Those connections will come in handy with my newest project… more information to come!
I’ll leave you with a photo from my lilac bush after a little dew.
Thanks for reading, friends!
Up next? A memorial day up north and my launch into local politics.
Miles this year: 286.1