I know we came across some interesting things on day two, including a newly fallen tree that created a quite a hazard, but I didn't get any pictures. Day three was relatively short as it didn't take us long to paddle the final leg. We spent considerable time the day before looking for just the right camping spot, so we wound up nearly going all the way to Carver though we didn't realize it.
Dad & Lizzie's Trip to Europe
The fun and adventure (and struggles) of a father-daughter trip of a lifetime. Although it wasn't planned this way, we are going to Europe (or at least part of it) for three weeks. Germany, France, Austria, and Switzerland by train, boat, bus, car, and funicular. I hope to post a daily journal (that's the goal anyway) and some pictures for everyone back home. If our experiences interest anyone, we are more than happy to have you follow along as well.
For the record, we are planning our trip with the intention of meeting real people and trying to ex... full info
Bringing Up the Rear - AgainThat's Jim and the boys up there fishing. There was one spot where I counted at least 27 gar, all at least 18 inches long and most over 2 feet.
Notice My Lantern?That's my inflatable solar lantern lashed down on Max's dry bag in the front of the boat. It blows up like a beach ball (except square) and provides plenty of light. It also charged my phone in about two hours. I was really impressed. Made by LuminAID.
Home StretchThat's the pull out point just past the bridge on the left. Notice how the whole crew is sprinting for home?
Jim and the BoysMy don't they look clean for having been on a four day camping/canoe trip!
The Pull OutLeah either reflecting on the trip or contemplating going further? Although tired, I think we would all have hoped back in our canoes and continued for another day or two had we been given the choice. It was a whole lot of fun getting out with loved ones where we could relax and enjoy the wonder and beauty of God's creation.