|what are you looking at......|
How did he get such a muddy nose you ask? He helped Dave sort through piles of flagstones left from our old cottage. Then he helped him begin to lay a path from the deck to the dock with the selected stones. It's dirty work.
He took a few minutes from his work day for a little play. He feels it's important to keep things in balance.
|in his spare time, Lew practices making "grass angels"|
(his summer version of "snow angels")
I found some sweet little portulaca plants at the local garden store. I couldn't resist their name.....Mohave Sun......so I bought a few for the deck and planted them while the boys were taking a little time to fish.
|Lew loves to fish|
As I understand it, Dave caught the big one (a large mouth bass) and it broke his pole. Lewis couldn't believe his eyes. It got away, I never saw it.
To soothe the fisherman's ego we had a pleasant happy hour on the dock with a "cottage drink". Our resident Canada Goose family steamed by as we were enjoying our gins. Their current baby count is 15. Bass and turtles will, no doubt, lower that number as the days go on.
A group of about 8 or 9 Cormorants flew over, landed in the water nearby and began to fish for their dinners.
It was another good day at the lake