The week kicked off with a bachelor party trip to the S.F. of the Snake. Shawnage and D-lowe arrived from Hawaii and Missouri respectively, and C-squad and Seng arranged for us to do the 25 mile, two-day canyon float, and camp out at the Cottonwood Camp of World Cast Angler's, which was not occupied by guided clients so we were able to camp out in their wall tents. We rolled into camp about 6 p.m. and were welcomed by camp chef Carlos, a large plate of baked brie, and all of the beer and wine we could drink. Carlos grilled up some giant rib-eyes that were exceptional, and after getting our money's worth from the all-you-can-drink we crashed out in our cots.
|Chillin' after a lunch time wiener roast.|
|Twinsies! Cutties like this all day long.|
Ke'lah and I were very fortunate to be the first couple married at the Gainey Ranch, which sits atop the Big Hole near Glen, MT, and has a beautiful church that overlooks the river and the mountains. The wedding day weather was perfect fishing weather, and my groomsmen along with Jmills953 and Chou capitalized on the church's location along the river prior to the ceremony. Millsy even tied into grayling down there which is very unusual.
|Waiting for the new Mr. and Mrs. Willauer!|
|Couldn't be happier!|