For lake trout? For lake trout...actually, brook trout. Whatever. I wanted to use the quote.
My 4th of July weekend this year was AMAZING. I was with Hank and his family, so duh, right? But seriously, it was fabulous, fun, and fantastic. It started off with Hank, his folks, and I going on a 16 mile bike ride. So much fun! And not as hard as it might sound, since it was a paved bike trail and mostly flat. But it was just lovely, following the lake shore. So beautiful. I wanted to take pictures, but I need to figure out a way to bring Jack along so he will be safe and secure. Anyway, that day ended with a Duck Dynasty marathon, which is always a great way to end the day.
The next day (the 4th) we went fishing at Hank's grandparent's place. Well, he fished, I took pictures. I've also been told that his sister, Bonnie, almost hit me on the head when the fish she caught came off the hook and flew through the air. I was looking the other way, so I didn't even realize it until she told me. *grin* We spent the rest of the afternoon eating, visiting with Hank's family, and went for a 4 wheeler ride, too. And we were supposed to spend the evening at a friend's party, but I ended up with a nasty headache (too much heat, not enough water) so Hank took me home. Which was really sweet of him, as I told him multiple times.
Warning: pictures of a dead fish coming up next. :)
And we finished up the weekend working on our fence at our house...well, it's not my house yet. But it will be in 73 days. *smile* I have fencing pictures which I will share with you all later.
So what did you do on Independence Day? I want to know!