Testing, Testing 1, 2, 3

blog_July_6_2010_1[3] Believe it or not, I don’t fish every day, but I do think about it. That’s why I did some more camera testing today. Granny and I went on a fantastic hike and ended up on top of Packsaddle Ridge. I practiced my close up shots on wildflowers all along the way and saw a few cool bugs and caterpillars too. The hike was supposed to be a three hour jaunt but it turned into a seven hour climb. It’s good exercise though and there’s no better time to be in the high country than July. Tomorrow we will rest the blog_July_6_2010_2[2]legs and make few casts.

 
Enjoy the pics and if anyone knows what species of flower, beetle or caterpillar these are I’d love to know. Believe it or not, I don’t fish every day, but I do think about it. That’s why I did some more camera testing today. Granny and I went on a fantastic hike and ended up on top of Packsaddle Ridge. I practiced my close up shots on wildflowers all along the blog_July_6_2010_3[1]way and saw a few cool bugs and caterpillars too. The hike was supposed to be a three hour jaunt but it turned into a seven hour climb. It’s good exercise though and there’s no better time to be in the high country than July. Tomorrow we will rest the legs and make few casts. Believe it or not, I don’t fish every day, but I do think about it. That’s why I did some more camera testing blog_July_6_2010_4[1]today. Granny and I went on a fantastic hike and ended up on top of Packsaddle Ridge. I practiced my close up shots on wildflowers all along the way and saw a fewool bugs and caterpillars too.
The hike was supposed to be a three hour jaunt but it turned into a seven hour climb. It’s good exercise though and there’s no bet ter time to be in the high country than July. Tomorrow we will blog_July_6_2010_5[3]rest the legs and make few casts. Believe it or not, I don’t fish every day, but I do think about it. That’s why I did some more camera testing today. Granny and I went on a fantastic hike and ended up on top of Packsaddle Ridge. I practiced my close up shots on wildflowers all along the way and saw a few cool bugs and caterpillars too. The hike was supposed to be a three hour jaunt but it turned into a seven hour climb. It’s good exercise though and there’s no better time to be in the high country than July. Tomorrow we will rest the legs and make few casts. Believe it or not, I don’t fish every day, but I do thin k about it. That’s why I did some more camera testing today. Granny and I went on a fantastic hike and ended up on top of Packsaddle  better time to be in the high country than July.

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