Hey all! I have an unusual request. I know most fisherman (myself included) seek solitude and peace and quiet while fishing. More often than not that involves getting away from the road, and doing a bit of walking. Here's where that becomes a bit less easy: A few days ago my girlfriend and I took a drive around Mountain Loop Highway, looking at the scenery and scouting spots that I could come back and fish/explore. We found a nice looking bit of water just off the road about 50 feet and decided to fish. She had never held a fly rod before that day, and never caught a fish, ever. Well, suffice to say, she's hooked now, and want's to learn how to fly fish. There is a bit of a catch however. She was born with multiple congenital heart defects, and it has a significant effect on her stamina, strength, and endurance. She is awaiting a heart transplant, but those are a bit difficult to schedule so for now we wait. Wading is out of the question, and so is any sort of real hiking or walking more than 100 yards or so..... SO, this brings me to my question/request: What are some not so secret spots that we could fish that don't involve walking a long ways, or wading? It is really fun to see her so fired up about something outdoors because throughout her life she has been more or less restricted to activities that do not require much physical involvement because of the health risks. I would really like to be able to get out and fish with her, if we can find some spots that allow it. She lives up in the Everett area but we don't mind doing a bit of driving. Thanks for any suggestions guys, I really do appreciate it.