The hubster and I whisked ourselves away to the beach for this past Labor Day weekend. What we encountered? Wonderful Family. Great Friends. Beautiful Ocean. Big Waves. Tasty Grilled Food from a Grill Master. Delicious Hand-Dipped Mocha Chip Icecream. Savory Seafood. Relaxing Fishing.
A little more about the relaxing fishing… I really hope Greg and I find a steady place to fish sometime in the near future. It’s something we both love doing. This past weekend we got the chance to visit some family friends, Terry and Ellen, who live on the water. And when I say “live on the water”…I mean, live on the water. Their house is right on the edge of the Chincoteague waters, and standing in their home and looking outside their great big bay windows feel as if you are standing on a boat and looking out across the water. Terry and Ellen also have a great dock where they park their boat, go crabbing, and go fishing. Sooo relaxing to just sit out on the dock, watch the water, and fish to your hearts content. I caught two! Two small ones.
Not that I’ve caught many fish in my lifetime or anything, but I do feel like fishing comes naturally to me. I feel like I can sense when a fishy is sneakily taking tidbit bites of my bait — and that’s when I go in for the kill and reel that baby in. I love watching Greg throw his line out across the many waters, it always goes so so far.
I also realized during that time that it’s nice when you have a husband that reminds you of Huck Finn. : ) Thanks to my sister-in-law who took these fabulous photos! Thanks Beth!
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nice update. i found out this past weekend, on our own little fishing trip, that the fastest way to See Sonia Run is to approach her with a dangling worm off the end of a fishing rod. 😉