"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrowmindedness." – Mark Twain
Dinner: Fresh caught trout that was alive 2 minutes ago.
see ya Monday!!
Fresh trout. My mouth is watering. I really need to go fishing.
Oh my, full details when you get back. Just don't be a part of the food-chain, or at least be higher up than anything else that might want to eat you. :-DI'm sure you will have a great time. :-)
They look so happy right there.
I´d liek teh third from the left please. It is the biggets one, right?
Trout give me a bad conscience for all the times as a child I let them suffocate to death after I fished them up. I always have a knife with me fishing these days, and cut the necks through within seconds.
Oh, and scadadle on back to my place, please, to see my answer.
So, did you survive or do I need to alert the park rangers? :-DWelcome back to the concrete jungle. I think it can be more dangerous here. :-)
:P Fuzzbox - Have you cast your line yet? Trée - There were bears, but they stayed out of our camp. We put the marshmallows & chocolate in the truck at night just the same.Doug - How can you tell? I can't see their smiles because their heads are gone.Monika - Biggest lovely trout coming your way... where is your plate?Jeanne - I never thought about them suffocating on their string or their stick... :-( I thought they stayed alive longer (and thus fresher) by keeping them in water. Very thoughtful of you to dispatch them quickly. I promise I'll pull out the pickle recipe and email it to you (~she says, as she ties the string around her finger...~)!Trée - Almost didn't make it back... but not because of danger :-D It was MUCH too beautiful and fun to want to come home. And yes indeedy, the concrete jungle is far more dangerous. This particular Monday is murderously difficult to be here at work :-(
yummy fish love em!Keshi.
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