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He might want to eat you,” Jim teased. After dinner, Jim boiled some water to wash and rinse the dishes. He scrubbed the pots. Then he threw the dishwater far away from the spring. “Time to put the food up the tree,” said Dad. “First, get it all in one big bag. Use one of those plastic garbage bags, boys. Then find a piece of rope. “Now, let’s go measure off a distance of 100 yards or so from the tent. ” Paul pointed to a lodge pole pine. “That tree will do nicely. Tie a rock to one end of the rope.
34 CHAPTER 7 The First Trout The next morning the sun woke the campers at 5:30. One by one, they crawled out of the tent and pulled on their boots. “Not a cloud in the sky. ” Aaron said cheerfully. Paul suggested they go down to the lake and fish for an hour or two. “The trout always bite better in the morning,” he said. ” Paul got out the fishing rods. He tied flies on two of them and a hopper on the other. ” Paul asked. “I’ll try it,” Aaron volunteered. 35 FOREST FIRE “Okay, son. ” Although Paul was the most experienced fly fisherman, Jim got the first strike.
Now, heavy smoke filled the air, and breathing was difficult. And the roaring sound of the fire made it hard for the Barclays to hear each other’s voices. Paul turned and yelled at his sons. “Forget about the gear! Leave everything! ” 51 CHAPTER 10 Escaping the Fire “Listen up, boys! This fire is moving fast, so we’re going to have to move even faster,” Paul cried out. Leaving everything behind them, the frightened campers started running west toward the lake. The air temperature was heating up!