Monday, June 4, 2018

Not The Prophet

His name is Isiah, I told him he had a power name, but he never had heard about that. He walked up and asked,"Hey do you know how to take hooks out of a fishes mouth?" I replied, "Carefully," showing him how I used my needle nose pliers. I told him the story of shaking off a fish along the river and fish and old plier went flying. My daughter had given my current pair with attached floatation device, or I would have given them to him. Each time his brother or he caught a fish  they brought them over to me. I was real thrilled to see him with this large trout, and almost went over closer to fish with him ,but soon landed a 3 pounder myself. We all cheered each time someone caught one and had a wonderful morning. The next lesson was how to clean them. LOL Then they wanted to know when I would be back to this wonderful place.


A baby Brown Snake, who mostly lives up in trees and is rarely seen.



New antlers forming
Mister Bluebird
Baby Robin
Baby Milk Snake

16 comments:

  1. Lovely recording your day in the life of Steve ... great the kids came over to ask for your help - hope they remember to bring pliers for their next visit - trout look good too ... cheers Hilary

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  2. Glad you made some new friends. The boys will be looking for you again soon, I'm sure.

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  3. Looks/sounds like a wonderful day. I have many positive memories of growing up and fishing with my family. Nice to see you passing along some skills :)

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  4. That looks a lovely fish Isiah has caught... and you too!
    Really nice to see your other photographs, a lovely selection.

    All the best Jan

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  5. A good day fishing for everyone. Ive never seen snakes so small

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  6. What fun! I love meeting new people. Those kids will always remember fishing with you. I also love the snake photos. ImIa big fan of little snakes:)

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  7. You sure have some nice fish around there.

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  8. I love the composition of the dragonfly shot! And the deer with the budding antlers is lovely.

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  9. You are as good at finding baby snakes as you are at taking hooks out for those boys.

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  10. I hope my last comment came through. Blogger seems to be giving me all sorts of problems with them. I was trying to say how much I like the snake pictures today.

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  11. Hello, they are both nice sized fish. Those snakes are tiny! Pretty kitties and beautiful deer. I love the Bluebird, Robin and dragonfly.
    Great variety of photos. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  12. no wonder they wanted to know when you'd be back.

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  13. What a nice encounter (or series of them) with this young fellow. Beautiful pictures, too.

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  14. Look at those kitties and birds.

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  15. Sweet story of the brothers looking to you for advice. Love those kittens. Took Rocker (cat) to the vet this a.m. Someone had abandoned 4 kittens at the door to the vet.....I told them NOT to show them to me!

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  16. Love the fish photos!
    Those cats are gorgeous!
    Sorry, no snakes for me! LOL!

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