Just got home from a long weekend. My journey started Thursday night with my family and my PHWFF family member Chuck Tye. Settled in for the night, and setup Friday morning. We were joined by many familiar faces and some new faces both PHWFF and WFF. The highlight of the event was we were to get Les Johnson back to the event and back on the water fishing in a driftboat! I could go over all the details, what we did, how we fished, and how we had a great time in camp both before and after fishing. But I'll leave that up to those who were there. My main reason for this post was to simply say THANK YOU!!!!! If it wasn't for the donations (both monetary and support in camp/river) it wouldn't near be the success that it was. I have a long list of thank you's. If I miss you, I apologize. Had so much help that I may miss someone. Chris Scoones! You're da man, can't say thank you enough (shut up you bastage, I'm gonna say it anyways so take it). His generosity in so many ways helped get this event off the ground. Mumbles, Jeff Bandy, J. Michelle Swope, Paul Singer, Nomlasder, Jim Allen, Buck, Rick Sharp, JS, Jim Henderson, Alex MacDonald, Stewart, FlyRodney, Connor H, and Don Childs for being rower/judges (I'm hoping I didn't forget anyone). A SUPER big thank you for those who helped last minute by piling on when I was losing boats and a SUPER DUPER thank you to Don for literally stepping up to row for us at 0 hour when we had a last minute pullout by a rower. Then of course there were those of us behind the scenes. Bob Jones helped with registration, Kcahill helped around camp and was the important shuttle for Buck who took Les Johnson and his wife for the day. Of course my favorite sous chef in the kitchen Bitteroot stepped up for the challenge of all those dutch ovens again (and the heat coming off that kitchen) and Dave Alberts for helping around kitchen and cutting the ribeyes (even though he was on the river all day in a team). Steve02 piled on board to help around camp as well as an all around volunteer. Can't forget O'rad who was doing the photography for us this year. Chad Lewis came on as a volunteer, but we had a spot open up and put him in as a Vet on a boat (yet he too still helped in camp). I think I got everyone who posted up on the board they were helping (I do really apologize if I forgot anyone). There were alot of volunteers, so if by chance you were a volunteer and post here I apologize (not sure if some were on here or some came through fly clubs). Still a bit tired after this long but so worthwhile weekend. Again, I can't tell you all enough how grateful I am for all you've done to help this organization. I hope the smiles and goodwill amongst the vets and volunteers made it an event you'd come to again and again. You all ROCK! And yes, there will be a 2012 NW PHWFF 2 Fly event. Pictures to be put up soon. Also, any of you who took pics, please upload them to the WFF gallery (Link to the 2 fly category) or email them to me at [email protected] .