|Casting the Bruneau on a July evening.|
|Our peaceful camp along the Bruneau—until an evening|
cattle drive came through with galloping horses
and barking dogs.
|Bruneau River landscape.|
|Campsite along another section of the Bruneau.|
|This small section of the Bruneau holds|
|Cow Canyon Trailhead. This trail, with commanding views of the Arc Dome|
Wilderness, descends and ascends along the Reese River.
|Prolific wildflowers along the trail.|
|Setting up camp alongside the Reese River.|
|Fishing for trout in the Reese River.|
|The results of Tim's efforts: a delicious |
rainbow trout fillet for dinner.
If you’re searching for Blue Ribbon Trout streams or a whitewater adventure, you won’t find them on Nevada's Bruneau or Reese. But what you will find are those qualities so common in Nevada’s backcountry—peace, tranquility, and a deep connection with the natural world.
|Tim gazes across the wilderness to Arc Dome's 11,300 foot Peak.|