In which I feel sympathetic for the fish

We took the kids to Cold Springs Trout Farm in North Ogden today and they got to catch two fish each. They had a blast. 
I had to unhook a couple of the fish and I felt kinda sorry for them, flopping around on the ground with poky things stuck in them. 
Flashback to the last time I was here: a 1994 preschool field trip with my cousin Brad. We were the same age that Levi and Lydia are now.
This place was beautiful and had several large ponds with different sizes of fish in each one. I think the kids especially loved that they could run wild and free.
And then they all disappeared and I found them in the bushes trying to coax a kitten to come out and play.
We fried the fish up for dinner and had s'mores for dessert. An excellent day if you ask me.
Pro tip: you will jump higher if you stick your tongue out. :)


Carrie and Tyson at: June 30, 2015 at 11:01 PM said...

I like your blog post title. :-) And all the kids in the backyard. Backyards are more fun with kids/nieces/nephews/grandchildren in them!

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