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Old Apr 4, 2007, 9:21 AM   #11
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Mate life is sweet when you can spend an afternoon like this. Don't have grand kids myself, but I look forward to doing something like this in the future. They are all terrific family snaps, but I think the look on your grand daughters face in #2 is priceless.
Thanks, Rafael. The grandson loves to fish and spends most of his time here on the little deck fishing. Time will probably bring you the grandkids.:-)
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Old Apr 4, 2007, 9:25 AM   #12
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Cool shots, Jerry. Your grandchildren can justifiably be proud - not only for catching the fish, but for having a grandpa who likes tospend timewith them and teach fishing!
Thanks Raghu. Appreciate the comments. It is fun to spend time with the grandkids, and especially when it involves the world around us. It is a good time to teach not only fishing, but being aware of nature.
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Hey your are back and out of the field!!! Those are great photos and so glad to see ya posting again and we had all missed ya!!! I, too, luv the expression of your granddaughter in the second photo. It looks like she caught her brother. Super photos and super looking grandkids u have there!!!!
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Nice to see you back Jerry, time with the grandkids fishing,,,,,priceless!

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Grandkids ... happy times .... what a joy they are ! Great scenes, good-looking kids, enjoy every minute you can with them.
Thanks for sharing your charming photos.
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Hey your are back and out of the field!!! Those are great photos and so glad to see ya posting again and we had all missed ya!!! I, too, luv the expression of your granddaughter in the second photo. It looks like she caught her brother. Super photos and super looking grandkids u have there!!!!
Thanks, Annie for the kind words. We fished again today and Arabella caught her first fish.


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Nice to see you back Jerry, time with the grandkids fishing,,,,,priceless!

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Thanks Emmanuel. We fished again today, and Wallace caught his first bass. And of course, we had to show it to Arabella before releasing it back to the water.
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Grandkids ... happy times .... what a joy they are ! Great scenes, good-looking kids, enjoy every minute you can with them.
Thanks for sharing your charming photos.
Thanks so much for the kind words. I do enjoy being with them. They live about four and a half hours away from us, so we don't see them as often as we would like, so we do take every opportunity to have them.
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Old Apr 4, 2007, 10:54 PM   #19
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It seems to me with all that bayou there you might put a piece of catfish bait on a pole and have the camera ready to catch the look on the children's faces as they try and pull in one of those. probably would need to attach the pole to the dock with a stringer first though, just to be safe.
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it's been a long time since I spent an afternoon like that. It looks like the perfect place and the perfect company for it.
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