When I think of Montana, I think of “A River Runs Through It.” The scenery, the exquisite narration by Robert Redford, and the cast. Tom Skerritt played a father that every boy should have, the younger brother was the image of innocence, and Brad Pitt’s troubled character was well…Brad Pitt, at his prime (read: before all the crazy set in) and for many, that was the first introduction to him.
That movie also introduced millions of people to the art of fly fishing.
However, long before that movie came out, Ted learned how to fly fish. When he left Miami to move in with his father in Montana, his dad was not too interested in entertaining a teenage boy – though his dad had no trouble finding ways to occupy him. It was usually with arduous work that today’s parents wouldn’t dream of giving their kids…which is why we’re all soft. Continue reading