Friday, February 17, 2012

A FISH STORY OF A DIFFERENT TYPE

When Graeme was a little guy he went to a Montessori School.  Every year at year end the children went to camp.  Graeme was so excited about camp.  He was going to be able to fish.

All the children fished from the dock and none got even a bite.  And then Graeme caught a fish.  He was so excited about the fish.   This is the fish!
 
Graeme's fish


                             

5 comments:

Linda Sand said...

Love that face! Love that I recognized it as being the Graeme of your current photos, too.

Rick and Kathy Rousseau said...

They start catching the small ones first then the bigger ones until they start telling you about the one that got away.

The look on his face was still pure excitement, wouldn't miss that for the world.

It's about time.

Peter + Beatrix said...

That "Trophy Pic really reminds me of Bea's first fishing adventure in Texas. She caught a tiny "Crappie", and was proud as can be.

Jim and Sandie said...

That first fish is all important - doesn't matter the size or the kind. And look at that expression - priceless.

Traveling Along said...

Thats about the size of the fish Ed was catching! Only he doesn't get as excited as Graeme did!!!