Can I just say that work REALLY interferes with writing blog posts! Of course finishing this up has n.o.t.h.i.n.g to do with my procastination for that last vacation blog post from a trip. Nope.
Regardless, let’s put this one to bed…………………
The Beach. Even in the winter months, there is still beauty along the surf and in the sand.
One enterprising family created this and so far, the surf had not destroyed it. Not sure how long before the surf crushes their creation.
A little further, sand, water and wood made an interesting photo. It kind of looks like a castle.
Weather at the end of the week was less than charming, but it didn’t stop our anglers.
Dennis was sure he could catch something on the other side of the rocks.
Just to prove that I walked down in ‘yucky’ weather……………..the hood is up for a reason, it’s lightly raining.
Luckily for me (and Warner) he hooked a fish and the action began.
Team effort – remember? Dad gets to climb over the wet, slippery, dare I say ‘treacherous’ rocks to net the catch.
Once again, it was a team effort, as Warner (somewhat) patiently waits for the verdict concerning length of his catch.
Yeah! It is within the slot. The left photo had a freshly caught redfish (minutes out of the water) and the right photo a redfish (after some time on ice) back at the rental after everyone cleaned and warmed up.
Catching such a beauty was a nice way to end the week, fishing The Cut.
Let’s get back to the meals………
Sometimes you need meat, like these burgers and dogs. Grilled outside gave a nice char to them.
Add in some beans and baked potato wedges – and you have a meal.
The last night’s vacation meal is usually a bit over the top, on purpose. We’re celebrating a week with good friends and good memories in a special place. This trip was no different.
With shrimp being locally caught, it is always included in the meal planning. A trip to Dail’s was an easy task. It’s located midway on the island. This time the final product were stuffed with crab.
Our fish for the evening was redfish, blackened. It is a production. Fillets are prepped, along with the necessary butter.
Warner and Eric took care of lighting the grill. Yes, it got dark before we ate.
No matter, the fish was mighty tasty. Add in the green beans and rice and the meal was (mostly) complete.
I say mostly complete, because you ‘need to fill in the cracks’ with ice cream.
Alas, the week on S.G.I. was over except for a last few group shots. Dennis staged this one.
While I wanted a photo on the beach. Yes, the wind was still blowing.
I don’t know Dennis, I may like your photo better. 🙂
You may have noticed another member of our vacation party which made their photo debut above. Remy. It took him a bit of time to get used to us – he was very protective of his family of four. By the end of the week, he came around. That and I was the only one in the house for a short time on Saturday.
I’m not really a dog person, but did enjoy his antics throughout the week. Although Eric fed him tidbits of meat and sat as his feet during dinner – you never knew what Remy was thinking.
So ended another fun-filled week with friends at S.G.I.