If you have ever been to the east side of the state you know just how beautiful it is here and how the pace of life is a little more casual. So to take in the beautiful weather that has been periodically showing its face we decided to go on a little fishing trip. The wind was mellow and the birds were out singing in the trees. It made you feel like spring was really on its way. (Around here you have to be careful not to convince yourself that winter is truly over, because just when you think it is, BAM it snows. Pullman has a funny way of being a little Bi-Polar. One day you are wearing shorts and a t- shirt and two days later you are back to your snow jacket). Anyways, our fishing adventure happened to fall on a day where the sun would give you a kiss of warmth as you sat waiting for the fish to take the bate. Unfortunately, on this trip we did a lot more waiting than actual catching…in fact…we did not catch a single thing. I think the boys pride was a little hurt. It did not help that the elderly ladies that showed up just as we were leaving started casting and reeling in a fish just about every time they cast. Maybe next time those little old ladies can teach us a thing or two. With pride hurt and all we still had a great time! I love spending time with these boys.