Sunday, June 7, 2009

Scenic Sunday - BWCA 2009

PapaBear and GrizzlyGramps went to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area last week and came home with these beautiful photographs and a whopper of a fish story...

You might remember the trip PapaBear and I took after the campground closed last year. They paddled and portaged their way to the same area, but stayed at a different campsite.

One day they brought the entire food bag along with them in the canoe rather than hanging at the campsite and had themselves a shore lunch.

I don't think they'll be trying a new entry point any time soon with so many nice size fish there. So which one of the 55+ entry points did they go in at?

Don't you know a fisherman never shares his secrets?

They will share the fish tales though...Not once but twice PapaBear's line got snapped off by a Northern when he was jigging for Sunfish and later, Walleye. That isn't uncommon, but what is unheard of is catching both of those Northerns later on and retrieving his hooks!

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Sometimes we are so busy with everyday life that we forget to appreciate the beauty that God has placed before us. Scenic Sundays are about stopping and smelling the roses. And while you're smelling those roses, take a picture so that others can share in your appreciation for the beauty of His creation. So pretty please come join us for Scenic Sundays. Maybe we'll see things in a different light.
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The Explorer June 7, 2009 at 5:47 PM  

Appreciating and experiencing the place are one of the great things in life. And they had a great experience in this place.

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Aspiemom June 7, 2009 at 8:28 PM  

That looks so beautiful and relaxing!

I can't believe they caught the fish and retrieved their hooks!

floreta June 7, 2009 at 9:02 PM  

first and third are my favorite but they're all really good. and great catch!

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