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... session i think i've ever had. They did not stop biting, and within a very short period of time we had caught what we felt sufficient amounts for our dinner. That magic number was 20. We kept fishing because it was fun, but we must have thrown close to 20 more back in. We had lunch- southern fried chicken- and then decided it was time to head back, my arms were sore anyway, from catchin so many fish. We got back to the dock and then the fun part began- cleanin all ...
Carole was still a bit jet lagged after just gettin home from Europe, and I was plain out tired so she let me have a bit of a sleep in (or did I let her have one?). I showed her how to make microwave scrambled eggs and then we drove down to the golf course behind her house and played 18 holes. Despite Roger already playing a morning round, he met up with us on the 3rd hole and stayed with us until we finished. We also started playing with a Chinese guy who was being caddied by ...
... though, so we walked across the road to the local baseball stadium and chilled on a patch of bug and insect infested grass next to a carpark.
We stayed and chatted here for a few hours before my great auntie Carole and her bf Roger came and picked me up on their way back from the mountains. I said bye to caroline who was off to atlanta, and got in the car.
We drove off ...
... ve had since that sunny day in June 10 years ago.
Bryan surprised me with a beautiful necklace from the gift store here he's so cleaver!
Who knows what we will see today hoping to see dolphins and pelicans apparently they are all along the way.
We were a bit late leaving the dock 11:30 thanks to our wonderful Transport Canada who think that our flying bridge is ...
... of the bar. I then had enough leverage, along with the Herculean strength, to pull the bend out of the bar. I then repositioned the truck on the bar and used a long monkey wrench to take out the bend. A few more whacks with the sledge hammer, and I was able to get everything lined back up.
I did have to make a run to the ...