- Dec 18, 2011
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- Wind River Country, Wyoming
That's good! Thanks for keeping us posted!Appears to be good. She told me that she's glad that she doesn't have to do the surgery.
Only caught 2 for the day. That's fishing in August, water temps are 85°+ so it's pretty slow right now. But, a bad day fishing...Sounds like a quality day. How's you do with the bass? I caught one nice rainbow, a couple little browns and a brookie. Enough to justify firing up the smoker tomorrow!
I wouldn't know what to throw at them in Durango. But if you're ever in Wyoming give me a holler and I'll be happy to help you out. We've got a little lake around here with some largemouths. They are a kick in the pants on a 3 weight fly rod!Only caught 2 for the day. That's fishing in August, water temps are 85°+ so it's pretty slow right now. But, a bad day fishing...
I'm headed to Durango, CO next June to try my hand at trout. Might have to have you recommend some flies/lures!
Oh no, what a terrible few weeks you have had. Your brother will indeed have a long recovery and that will include helping him to have a more positive thought process. It is going to be tough and he’s very lucky to have you to support him.My aquariums are a mess, just yesterday I finally found the time to clean everything and change the water. It has been over three weeks since I had taken care of my fish tanks. Before that it had been another three weeks when I did a fast water change on the tanks.
So sorry to hear that. I will keep you and your brother in my prayers for a while. @NannaLou is right--you can't help him if you're a wreck yourself, so make sure you're taking care of yourself. Hang in there.My aquariums are a mess, just yesterday I finally found the time to clean everything and change the water. It has been over three weeks since I had taken care of my fish tanks. Before that it had been another three weeks when I did a fast water change on the tanks.
On July the sixteenth my brother had a bad stroke leaving him parallelized on his left side and he is a lefty. He almost died twice and ended up in ICU three times. I am the only person who will help him, he has children but that is a story I don't want to go into. I am all he is got. For the first week I spent the night in the hospital giving him moral support and helping him the best I could. He cried and wanted to just die, but I know this was only the initial shot to his well being.
Here in the last few days I am finally being able to take a break and stay at home for awhile. My brother is doing much better in dealing with his new reality trust upon him by the stroke. He is still in the hospital and next week is facing an operation to remove his gal bladder which ruptured while he was in the hospital. But his is stronger now and has a long road ahead of him to recovery.