Ten days in a man’s life is a good bit of time, and a lot can be accomplished. The thought of ten days of flyfishing can make grown men drift off into states of semi-conscious drooling. Angling four Western states in ten days makes you realize the immense size of opportunity, the personal room for improvement and chance for favorable circumstance.
As travelers, we hope for some sense of completeness. As hunters, we gaze toward the prize. Often, we’re blindsided by the wholeness of our surroundings, and everything else becomes secondary.
With a roll of the dice, you take what is dealt to you.