I was very fortunate to be able to go deep sea fishing with a group from my church. I was extra fortunate because not only does my dad go with this group, but my son wanted to come as well.
The weather started off a bit cool and wet. I like this more than being in the sun. We weather is better fishing any way. This proved to be the case as our entire boat caught their limit of rock cod within an hour. Sadly, we were not able to locate any salmon or ling cod willing to be caught.
The first fish
We fished around for some time but remained unsuccessful so we headed back to the harbor. With a quick stop for some salt water taffy, we ended the day well and look forward to next year.
Outdoor Wednesday #80
In the sixth grade, my neighborhood friend moved to Cashmere, WA. Right after her husband graduated college, they moved to Ridgecrest, CA. We have done an acceptable job staying in-touch, mostly because email makes the process easier. It’s even easier when she comes home to see her family.
I took a day to head over to Cashmere, about 115 miles away to see her.
I’m in pink!
The drive is about three hours because about thirty miles the speed limit is thirty miles an hour, plus it’s Road Construction Season. That wasn’t so bad though because there are some really interesting shops and things to look at through the little towns. You can’t look and drive sixty miles an hour!
I spent several hours visiting with my friend, but once I got on the road to come home, I couldn’t fight the urge to stop many times and take many pictures.