Posted on June 12 2008
Looking for something to occupy your time during the runoff hiatus? Try damselflies, says Charlie Meyers. “In that eternal search for evidence of a just and beneficent God, we present for your consideration a simple insect, the damselfly. At precisely the time when rivers are overflowing their banks and the high country remains wedged in snow and ice, this compassionate being sends relief to frustrated fishermen in the form of what may be the perfect bug.” In the Denver Post.