The morning was spent on briefings and meetings, as we were brought up to date on the company's progress and plans.
After lunch, we met with our fly fishing guides provided by Rocky Mountain Outfitters. Leslie, the company's server admin and I formed one team under the guidance of Jayden who would be teaching us the art of fly fishing.
Oh, and moto-content....I rode Scarlett back down from my cabin, giving a ride to two of my co-workers...one rode pillion, the other in the sidecar. You should have seen the looks we got from the fishing guides. Sorry, but no pics.
We got geared up in rubber waders and boots which would keep us dry and warm in the cold snow melt water in the nearby river.
I had my doubts at the beginning but it turned out to be a lot of fun learning how to fly fish, casting one's line (after much trial and error). Jayden proved a very capable and patient teacher and soon enough both Leslie and I were casting beyond our wildest expectations.
Bottom line, we spent about 4 hours in the river and we caught 8 and a half fish between the two of us. I say half because one of the fish was a really tiny trout. It was a combination of Rainbow and Brown trout, averaging perhaps 8-10 inches I would say.
We were so surprised by the first few fishes that we caught that no pictures were taken before they slipped away after being unhooked by Jayden. Once we got over the shock of actually catching fish, I got some pictures: