First, congratualtions to Running Spider for answering the Poetry Quiz for my last posting. I have edited that post by adding the words to the poem under my photos. NOW...
Here is the third installment of the list of valuable information that I started on November 02.
* Sometimes less is more. Sometimes more is not enough. And sometimes more is just more. * You don’t always find what you want in a person, but you usually get what you expect. * Don’t become so focused on the windshield bugs that you miss the scenery. * Even though powdered baby food looks like fish food---the fish don’t like it---especially in large quantities. * A cow chews her cud approximately twenty-five times before she swallows it. * The value of a kitchen appliance is: The amount of time and effort it saves you—minus the time it takes to learn to use it—minus the time it takes to clean and maintain it—minus the area it takes up in the kitchen. * When you are traveling long distances by car or bus never pass up an opportunity to pee. * It is never so bad that it can’t get worse. * Don’t keep ointment for sore muscles next to the toothpaste. * You can tell a lot about a couple by the way they put up a camping tent. * When you take the “Do Not Remove” tags off your pillows--no one comes to arrest you. * It is not a good idea to scream at the driver.
Friday, December 5, 2008
Sunday, November 30, 2008
Our family always schedules a fishing trip during the days after Thanksgiving.
Two of the young men who went along this year have birthdays during the last week of November so they received poles and tackle boxes in anticipation of the event.
They all usually go to a big icy lake north of here.
This year the fishing was superb.
Everyone in the group caught fish
and they came home with their limit early in the afternoon.
The fish they caught were rainbow trout ...
and brown trout.
The fillets from these big fish are pink in color and have a flavor near to cod and lighter than salmon.
I did not go along but stayed home with some of the ladies and babies. Thanks goes to Hubby and the dads for taking some of these photos and giving their time to share skills and make great memories.