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Originally published in The Coast, August 1906

By J.W. Bussy, Black Diamond

Jones Lake 14 - Oct 1909 - photo 578 - BDHS 2003.87It was a delightful afternoon the early part of June. A fresh breeze ruffled the waters of Lake Jones into tiny waves, as we rowed out to the middle of the stream, our destination being the inlet at the farther end of that body of water which the sinking sun was rapidly transforming into a sheet of quivering gold.

A hasty glace revealed the unwelcome fact that we were not the only “pebbles on the beach.” Indeed in the shadows of the tall firs on the opposite shore were dimly outlined no less than three other boats, each with its eager angler. (more…)

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