Wordful Wednesday – Fishing in Utah

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These are the last of our Utah vacation pictures.  You should know that I’m patting myself on the back right now for finally getting through them!  It’s the little things in life these days that make me feel accomplished.  {{smiling}}

Jeff and the boys spent one morning fishing.  I spent the morning wandering around taking pictures and flitting back and forth from camp and the lake.  It was so picturesque that I couldn’t stay away……

Plus some nice one-on-one time with Jeff.  That doesn’t happen nearly enough.  Our conversations always seem to be interrupted by other conversations that need to take place urgently by the kids.

I’m not sure how many lines Jeff baited and cast and untangled and cast again, and I happen to know that there was a bunch of nibbling going on, but not one, and I mean not one fish got hooked.  Which was A-OK by me because I feel badly for those poor little fish who actually get caught.


Do you like fishing?

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    I used to love fishing, but my husband doesn’t like it very much. Not your typical family I suppose, but we live near some good fishing. We should get out there. Beautiful pictures!

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    Looks like that would be a great way to get out of Dodge for the day. I grew up going fishing- my step dad likes to fish bass tournaments with his club- so it was expected that we all know how to fish 🙂

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    kristin says

    Kids love to fish. Seems like kids-fishing would be an oxymoron, since it involves patience and waiting, BUT they still all love it. Lots of fishing at Powell, and lots of fish bites too! Those damn blue gills got me 3 or 4 times, on the butt! Had to keep moving or you were fish food!

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    I’ve been fishing! (Yelled so as to erase last week’s revelation that I’ve never been camping).

    I can see why you wouldn’t be able to leave the scenery; it’s gorgeous and looks so serene.

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