Friday, November 23, 2007
Little Nose Johnson Memorial
Little-Nose Johnson always traveled and parked his trailer with the giant Royal Coachman fly mounted on the back side.
But at night, he put it away in a shoe box with his prized foot-long African porcupine quills, and the foot-long fly rods he made from turkey tail feathers.
I more or less inherited the trailer, but I had no place for it, so now it is permanentlty out back on my brother's place as the Little Nose Johnson Family Museum. It is not open to the public, except here.