Eric and Genevieve are now in flight from Minneapolis (about a five hour drive from Rauhallinen Farm) to Sacramento, following a nice but too short visit. Eric will be back for the start of archery season for whitetail deer which starts October 1. As usual we are counting on one for him and one for me. I made him a large amount of venison jerky to take back and Genevieve texted a rapidly diminishing large freezer bag full, noting she was not sure it would see California. Has been hot again, very uncharacteristic for the Upper Peninsula, with much thanks to the non-believers in Global Warming.
Nolan is a very active seven year old who is a challenge to photograph, so I felt happy when he let me shoot half a roll in the Rolleicord Vb. He is a cute fellow and I have enjoyed my visit with he and his brother, my two grandsons. Nolan's turn to land his first smallmouth bass tomorrow. We have been working on casting with some measure of success. His older brother, Aiden, can plop a jig down on a quarter sized target at thirty yards. His uncle Eric was quite impressed.
When you forgive, you in no way change the past - but you sure do change the future. Bernard Meltzer
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