Listening to a recent report about the reconstruction efforts from the Colorado floods of 2013, I was pleased that many of the residents along the Eastern Front of the Rockies were getting their lives back together again. A family visit to the region some years ago made it easy for me to sympathize with the hard-hit areas when the flooding occurred. Fly-fishing for native cutthroats, particularly the sub-species known as the greenback, was one of the highlights for me on a ramble through Rocky Mountain National Park. The following composition reflects an aspect of the visit, with a hope that 2014 is a banner year for Colorado.
Books by W Franklin