Friday, May 18, 2012

A Week of Walleye


When I return from our annual fishing trip in northern Ontario, I'll be sharing some more pictures like this.  The big difference is that I'll be taking them with my new Canon Rebel,  (I'll add a recipe or two for walleye, too.)

Nothing like fresh catch of the day, every day. For seven days in a row.

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  1. Very anxious to see where you are heading; I am in Northern Ontario. Nothing beats fresh fish.
    Rita

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    1. We're staying tonight in Barrie (halfway) then headed to Shining Tree; expect to be there mid-afternoon.

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  2. Walleye is revered in these parts. Jealous and hungry for some. What a gorgeous setting.

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    1. Love walleye! It's just wonderful how great fish tastes when you know yourself that you caught it, cleaned it, cooked it.

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  3. What glorious scenery. I can't wait to see your pictures. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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    1. Nice scenery pictures I got, but as for food pictures -- only on the stringer!

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  4. Oh my goodness ... you have such an eye for a glorious shot! Just beautiful and so peaceful ... bet your fishing trip is such a time of rejuvenation!

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    1. The house need some rejuvenation now that I'm back; but it was a good time, really away from it all.

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  5. I eat fish almost every single day. I would snarl my nose up at fish before I moved to Cayman but the 'fresh' factor is just too amazing to ignore. LOVE IT. So jealous of your fishapalooza!

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    1. The difference with freshly caught fish is amazing . . worth the effort. It was a 'pallooza (on many fronts!)

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  6. Congrats on the new camera and what a stunning evening sky. Can't wait to see the rest of the photos!

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    1. I'm still learning the camera. I got a new I-phone, too, which makes surprisingly good pictures. I could become addicted.

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  7. Gorgeous! Thank you for sharing with me...I'm sorry I've been so absent. We've been traveling, and I'm just now getting back into the swing of things. In good news, I just moved to my NEW blog. I'd love for you to visit. Hugs and love.

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    1. Lovely new site, Monet. And so must have been your trip to Paris. Just delightful.

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  8. Hi Rosemary, just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris
    http://chelencarter-retiredandlovingit.blogspot.ca/

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    1. Thanks for visiting! I'll be stopping by for a visit, too.

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  9. I spent many a day in the Collingwood area, and up on the Bruce Peninsula as a child. I do miss the cottage country days.

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    1. In one day (in addition to our limit of walleye) we saw two moose, one bear, several beavers and otters, a pilleated woodpecker, a groundhog, a bobcat and many a duck family. (And loons, of course)

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  10. Amazing photos. Used to eat freshly caught fish daily when I still lived in my mom's house with my brother...but good old time it's over.

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    1. The fish really don't need much fussing over when they're this fresh. Still, the cook in me couldn't resist!

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  11. Gorgeous!!! My dad just left for the Minnesota boundary waters...hoping to catch a lot, too :) Last year was a bust! Have fun!

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    1. We had great weather, great fishing. Guess who caught the most fish?!?!?

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  12. Rosemary, what a fabulous fishing trip you had in Ontario! So awesome that you caught so much fish...who's going to clean them?...nothing like fresh caught fish!
    Your photos are magnificent...beautiful shots!

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    1. I catch 'em and I cook 'em but Mr. Rosemary is the master cleaner!

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  13. What a breath taking view so serene... just peaceful love this!

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    1. It is beautiful there and would you believe that it was nearly 10 p.m. when I took these photos?

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  14. Hope you're enjoying your holidays! Sounds very restful.

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  15. Looking forward to seeing the rest of your photos when you return. These are beautiful. Have a wonderful time!

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