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Setting Sail


Tuesday, Sep 26, 2006 from White Bear Lake, Minnesota

I’m a Sailor. I guess I’m not really a sailor though. How much of a sailor can you really be on a pontoon boat anyways? I’m not a sailor by trade but a Sailor by heart and family.

Anyways… the story is that tonight the family took me out on a pontoon ride around White Bear Lake. It was another perfect day as we enjoyed the sun and breeze in the middle of the lake. I think doing something like this really shows the dynamics of the family. Hanging out with the four of them is great. They make great company and I really enjoy being around the youth of Emily and Anna. It’s great to spend time with different age people.

It was a casual ride with conversation and laughter. The highlight probably was pulling up close to a bald eagle nest, a huge nest. The mother was there and appeared to be feeding her young. We got as close as possible and I was able to snap a few shots. The bottom line is they are such impressive birds with their size and elegance. Once again… as I go on this United States adventure it’s only right that I see one. The bald eagle is another great icon of our country.



Blog Date Posted: Sep 26, 2006 | 213 words | comments 0 Comments