I just want to share a story with everyone on the BOC. I hope that Guide Cliff Hill doesnt mind me mentioning his name in this story. This fishing trip took place back in the first part of June. This would be my second trip with Cliff on Choke Canyon. One of the reasons for this trip was to take my wife's little cousin on a fishing trip. Her little cousin's dad really doesn't do a whole lot with him, his dad is like some that think deer camp is for grown ups, and his parents have been on the verge of splitting up. So I decided to take him on this trip to help him get away. Our trip was to take place on Saturday morning. I woke up Sat. morning around 5 or so and noticed that I had missed a call from Cliff a little bit earlier before I had awaken. I listened to his message and he said that he was running a little late since his truck had broke down on him, but said that he was making arrangements and would definately be there so we could make our trip!! Cliff had exited south out of San Antonio headed our way when all of a sudden he said his dash lights went dark and he had no power steering, he said that he managed to get his truck pulled off to the side of the road, and THEN started making calls so he would be able to keep our appointment. As he is making his calls, another truck pulls up behind Cliff, now he did not know who in the world this could be, esp since it was around 4 in the morning. The truck that pulled up behind Cliff was a gentleman and his brother in law. They had been on a fishing trip with Cliff on Wednesday of that same week. After talking a few minutes, Cliff said that he was trying to get a hold of his dad to come help him etc. One of the men said no, get in my truck, my ranch is just down the road a few miles back. The gentleman said, I have a ranch truck that you are more than welcome to take and make your trip. He said that he would be out of town for a week, and pretty much insisted that Cliff take his truck and use it that week til he could get back and get his fixed. This act of kindness and respect this day and time is rare, especially with someone that one may have only met a couple days earlier. This act of kindness and trust just goes to show you that there are still some good people and restores the faith in man that all too often has been lost in this crazy world we live in that seems to get crazier each and every day. Just want to say SPECIAL THANK YOU to two gentleman that I will probably never have the chance to meet, and to Cliff for the perserverence of making that trip happen, when we all know too well it would have just been easier to just call and cancel. They helped make a day to remember especially for my wife's cousin. If anyone has ever wanted to fish Choke Canyon, I would HIGHLY recommend yall give Cliff a call.