Actually, I am happy David partakes in this event every year. He looks forward to it and this time it was extra special because he was able to go twice. And besides, for those who know me well, could you really see me on a boat all day? In the cold? Only to return to a lodge with no spa? NO THANKS!
First stop . . . Yukatat, Alaska.
Winning him a bounty of 100 pounds of halibut and salmon.
And in David's spare time, this is what mischief he gets into . . . CRAZY!
Second stop or trip . . . Pelican, Alaska.
Side note: For any wife out there, whose hubby is going to venture to this area, the cell phone and internet service is scarce. So if you have a traveling rule, like one that entails ALWAYS letting the other know when he or she has arrived . . . It may not happen.
Let's just say a certain someone lost a whole night's sleep because she was texting, emailing, and calling with no answer. She even called the owner of the lodge and emailed him too. And this crazy wife called her hubby's friend in SB to help track her Darling Hubby down in Alaska just to make sure he was safe. Oh. Yes. She. Did. And within a couple of hours, the lodge owner's wife called to confirm David's arrival. Turns out the phone and internet had been down.
OK. Back to Pelican.
I must say, this picture is quite serene and beautiful. Still not enough to make me want to partake. Which I am sure is fine with David. ; )
Sorry for the gruesome pic. But it is a fishing trip.
For both trips everything is cleaned, filleted, vacuumed packed, and put in a blast freezer.
It all makes it way back safely on the plane rides home.
One of our deep freezers. Did you think this was a cooler?
Until next time!
Maybe even TWICE.
Yes, Darling Hubby, you read that correctly. ; )