Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Whitney...And a Fish Tale


Somebody's hubby went salmon fishing in Oregon.

He and his buddy caught four BIG fish.

Guess who has 21 bags of delicious filets in her freezer!

Yep......That'd be me.

And this would be my fish-catchin' man 
and eye-catchin' son atop Mt. Whitney.
(ID: The two super cute ones up front.)

Life is good.

=)

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29 comments:

Leovi said...

Yes, I love salmon, great fishing, and a climb to the top!

leigh said...

Lucky lady! Welcome back,my friend. I've missed you! <3

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Ok that does it - Oregon is calling, the salmon are calling, the clams are calling...I'm going!

LeAnn said...

Yes, life is good. I love the pictures and especially the one of you. You do look so happy. I also love Salmon so lucky you to have bags full.
Blessings and hugs!

acreativeharbor.com said...

How wonderful to have all that salmon ~ great shots ~ and post ~ thanks, carol ^_^

Rebecca said...

Oh, and I just bought salmon at the store today. Yours is much better!

Esther Joy said...

Salmon is my very favorite fish. Yumm! I'd be happy, too!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

You are a lucky lady. We love salmon here. Your freezer filled with fresh salmon will be wonderful to have.

myfluffybunnies said...

Too bad this isn't the Y post because YUM (about the fish, not the men, I mean!). Hee-hee.

Debra at HOMESPUN: http://www.thehomespun.com said...

YUMMY "W" Post! :)

Karen S. said...

Wow! I know some fisherman in my house who would be so jealous, I won't tell! My father used to go deep sea fishing with my grandpa all the time, (all their fisherman family) big catches. Not so much for us. Great photos, especially the last family group. You are so blessed.

Lola said...

Mmm! Love salmon too - makes me feel hungry!

Superb captures & post!

Gail said...

Toni loved Salmon fishing in Alaska and shared with us.

Beautiful fish and family.

Brian Miller said...

ha. wow that is some fish...what a catch...and how cool on the mountain topping as well...what a view....

fredamans said...

WHOA! Somebody has a big fish story!!!

Karen Mortensen said...

You are so lucky.

kaykuala said...

That's wonderful Sue! It looks so succulent and so fresh. Lucky to have a fresh supply. Nicely!

Hank

Dina Lettre said...

WOW...that was a successful trip! My boys would love to see those big fish. :)

Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

I wouldn't be opposed to your sending a few of those salmon filets over to me :D
Those fish are definitely big -- I bet they had a great time reeling them in!!

ayala said...

Nice fish :)

EG CameraGirl said...

Super catch! YUM!


Sue, you have a beautiful smile. ;)

Grandma Honey said...

Oh there is nothing like fresh salmon! My favorite! You look great by the way….are you feeling good?

Karen Sue said...

fresh fish is always nice! And it looks like a great trip

Serene is my name, not my life! said...

Wow, that is a huge fish!!

karen said...

Looks like your boys have been having good times. What I wouldn't give for a freezer full of salmon fillets, you lucky girl! So good, so healthy!

Jenny said...


What fun!

That's a lot of chicken of the sea!

And, Sue. I love this new hair style on you!

It's gorgeous!

And so are you!

Wonderful link for the letter "W".

Thank you!

A+

aktuellabilder said...

Salmon cooked properly is delicious. So congrats.

If you ever get over to my
neighbourhood the local fishermen here has a special delicacy,
pepper spiced smoked salmon. Yummie :)

Amy said...

Those fish are huge! You will be having some good eating, there. How fun for them.

Splendid Little Stars said...

It all sounds very fishy to me!
Seriously though, climbing Mt. Whitney is quite a feat!

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