I'm combining the last few days into one. I enjoyed this picture because of the interesting cloud formations.
Here again, we have Jeremy and dad in the kitchen. I'm standing off to the side probably giving them the benefit of my vast knowledge or else complaining about the coffee. I liked this picture because it shows the impressive stubble on my chin that was getting more apparent by the end of the week. I've always wanted to grow a mustache and goatee, but Deanna is dead set against it. Since she has to look at me more often than anyone else, I feel she should have the last word when it comes to my appearance. But as I was going to be gone for a week, I figured, why not?
The last day was really hard for me. It was difficult for me to accept that we would be leaving the next morning back to civilization. It was quite a conflict. I desperately wanted to see my wife and kids again, not to mention a bathroom with indoor plumbing. That outhouse was really starting to get ripe by the week end. But I didn't want to leave. It really had been a fantastic week.
Here's some general pictures I haven't had the opportunity to use yet. One more shot of Gilligan.
Another of my more respectable catches. I expect the Outdoor Life Network will be contacting me to do an interview.
I almost didn't put this one in because it's so blurry. But I think it still shows how good a time we were having. I think my dad's comment when this picture was taken was something like, "just another day at the office."
We spotted a rainbow one day
The water was very calm in the mornings and evenings, so peaceful and serene.
A shot of the calm water at sunset. Very beautiful but apparently not good for fishing.
In order to catch fish, you had to have what my grandpa calls, "walleye chop". You need to have some waves to get the fish biting. I don't know why but grandpa is the expert.
Closing up shop for the day.
And there you have it. A chronicle of a truly amazing week. I will cherish the memories of this trip the rest of my life.