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I've Never Met and Idiot on the River

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A veteran of showbiz & television legend, Winklers paramount pastime has always been fishing. It takes him to the outdoors, returning him to nature where he can be away from the busyness of everyday life--- a “washing machine for your brain.” Standing in the river is a different way of being that allows intuition to rule & important life lessons to make themselves apparent. 30 Color photos; 7x8.5 inches, 144 pgs.

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A novel volume to live by, or at least learn something about dry flies & woolly buggers, I've Never Meet an Idiot on the River is Henry Winkler’s collection of every-day wisdom learned from fatherhood, family, & fly-fishing. A veteran of showbiz & television legend, Winklers paramount pastime has always been fishing. It takes him to the outdoors, returning him to nature where he can be away from the busyness of everyday life--- a “washing machine for your brain,” as Winkler calls it. Standing in the river is a different way of being that allows intuition to rule & important life lessons to make themselves apparent.

Spending time with family on these trips has taught him to be a better father, husband, & gain more out of everyday life. Being in nature has reminded him of how to really see the world, as well as how to understand the importance & value of simplicity. Courting fish with flies has made him more self-reliant, patient . . . & funnier. Through wading in the waters & casting his line some might say Henry Winkler has grown a bit wiser, while others might say: “You’ll never meet an idiot on the river.”

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Henry Winkler
is a New York Times bestselling author. His Hank Zipzer series regularly tops the Children’s list. He is best known for his role as the Fonz in the 1970s sitcom Happy Days. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Stacey, their three children, & two dogs.


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