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to keep my word to you! Technically it’s still last week since I usually don’t post until Sunday. We’ll do a fishing report, etc., tomorrow. I’m going to shoot for a Tim photo fest today. Tim was a newbie week-before-last. He joined his father-in-law Roger, uncle-in-law Bob, and three other guys during that very tough walleye week. Doug and Wilfred had been here before; Glenn, like Tim, was a newbie. Gruper and I figured these guys would do fine and they did.

Let’s start with some fishing pics. Whatcha’ got there Rog?


whatchagot Rog

rogswalleye

or was it this?


whatchanorthern

whatchanorthern2

How ’bout you, Bob. Whatcha’ got?


whatchagotbob

whatchagotbobwalleye

Wilfred…how ’bout you?


whatchagotwilfred

whatchagotwilfredwalleye

whatchagotwilfredwalleye2

Looks like they had enough for supper!


rogandtimeaters

timanddougswalleye

They can’t all be keepers…we need some seed in the lake:


notallbigglen

notallbigwilfred

Here are a few more fishin’ pics:


doug with northern

doug with walleye

fourguysfishin

tims northern

wilfredanddoug

When they’re not fishin’, they’re packing a lunch or just playing with the camera timer!


guys making lunch

allsixguys

I liked these pics of beaver trees and an eagle visiting a beaver hut:


beaverwood

eagleathut

Perhaps a father-son talk in the tree?


eaglesoldandyoung

eagleinflight

Tim does birds very well. Here are some great heron shots:


heron takeoff

heron flight

heron flight2

heron flight3

Where’s Waldo?


peek-a-boo duck

As much as we dislike pelicans, it’s hard to deny these are cool shots of take-off and landing:


pelicanreadyfortakeoff

pelicanlanding

Here are a couple shots of a male merganser. I don’t think he likes having his foot wet(?)


wet foot merganser

wet foot merganser takeoff

Here’s a bit ‘o scenery for you:


falls out

falls out2

rocks1

rocks2

rocksperspective

and a sunset, too (notice the critter swimming in the foreground of the second shot):


sunset1

sunset2critter

Pretty:


pink clouds

Captivating:


narrowsreflection

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rockreflection

perfectreflection2

Breathtaking!


perfectreflection

I’ll close with a series of great loon shots. As the adult realized she and her nest had been seen, she began dancing–similar to a duck who pretends to be wounded, the loon wants to draw the attention to itself and away from the nest.


loon over there

loon over there with nest

loon over there just nest

loon over there lookatme1

loon over there lookatme2

loon over there lookatme3

loon over there lookatm34

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