We made camp on a sandy gravel bar. Hammock hung, tent set up, kitchen spot picked out and it was time to fish. I broke out the fly rod and Sophia grabbed her spinner rod. We fished together, wading out into the water and taking precautions not to hook each other. As the shadows became long, the fish refused to bite and a chill chased Sophia and I back to camp. Kelli was preparing for a fire, soon a welcomed flamed appeared and we were ready to cook!
The next morning we spent more time than usual at the camp before loading the canoe. My wife spent time sketching the natural surroundings while I fished once again. Sophia and her also created some nature art, adding to the pleasant two days that was had by all.