lakeside picnic

If you haven’t enjoyed a family picnic by a quiet lake lately, come join ours.

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You might have to fight me for a lap baby,

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but you’re welcome to grab a rod and reel to see what you can pull from the lake.

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Here’s how it’s done—a father/son teaching session.

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Can you be too young to learn how to fish? John and Sage don’t think so.

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She did a good job of catching herself, I’d say.

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This one’s next. Will takes it all in.

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Timing is rather important for the perfect fish shot. Ooops. Missed it! You’ll just have to watch the video to see what Pete hauled out of Lake Tilikum.

It was a moment to behold. [I tried to figure out YouTube’s editing options and gave up. The first 18 seconds tell the story, but if you make it all the way to 1:24, you’ll be rewarded by hearing Pete thank the fish “for so much fun” as he released it.]

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Maybe not the biggest catch of the day, but still notable!

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Meanwhile, the dogs (not fish) are nearly ready. Grab a bun; there’re enough to go around.

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Life is good.

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One of the goats jumped the fence so needed some guidance back to the barn.

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A bit of cousin bonding.

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John took these. It’s so nice to have professional photographers in the family.

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And a stop-off along the way for some mama/auntie hugs.

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The “old folks” sit back and drink it all in.

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One final cast for the Macy men before calling it a day.

Now wasn’t that fun? You’ll have to join us again for our next family adventure! (The family grows by five tomorrow!)

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One Response to lakeside picnic

  1. Always an amazing fun family time! Photos are wonderful and those grandchildren–well looks like fun all the way around!

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