Monday, July 17, 2006

WHAT'S FOR SUPPER?


Seldovia, Alaska: The usual question about five in the afternoon is "what's for supper, grandma?" And my usual reply is "salmon." And this is the reason why. Son got a 50 pounder, and DH a 33 pounder. And they are good eating! But now we may have to change the answer to the five o'clock question to "halibut." This is what the grandson formerly known as The Redhead pulled in on the long line on Saturday! A 98 pound halibut! Just call this our heart healthy summer!

3 comments:

norskeneil said...

Fishing is a tough job but someone has to do it! Congrats on the fishing there DH! Give a man a fish and he eats for a day-- teach a man to fish and he eats nothing else!:) Keep up the postings--God bless

Sage said...

Neil: We post when we can! Hard to wait in line behind people who take 30 minutes, leaving you five minutes before the library closes. It's only open 2 hours at a time! Anyhow, when we leave here we should get wireless more often. See you in August!

FAScinated said...

Wow! Awesome giant fish, nephew!!