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Ice Fishing a Success!

I apologize that it has been so long since I have blogged anything. November and December seemed to just fly by! Our oldest son, Brian was here on vacation  January 1-9. His friend Jim joined him and they had a fantastic week of ice fishing. There may not be a lot of snow up here, but the ice is in great shape. John even managed to get out for a few days to enjoy the fishing. We have had many great meals of fish this last week. Brian, who is a chef, even made us walleye for breakfast one morning! Enjoy all the photos.

Never tried ice fishing? Maybe this winter can be your first. We’d love to have you come stay with us and enjoy some ice fishing.

Jim having fun arranging the fish.

Jim having fun arranging the fish.

Tea party on the ice :)

Tea party on the ice 🙂

Walleye and crappies

Walleye and crappies

Waiting to be filleted.

Waiting to be filleted.

Nice size on the crappies.

Nice size on the crappies.

Jim's 22 inch walleye made for a great breakfast!

Jim’s 22 inch walleye made for a great breakfast!

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The best bite of the week was right at sunset.

The best bite of the week was right at sunset.

Bluegills filling up the hole in the ice.

Bluegills filling up the hole in the ice.

Jim's nice bass

Jim’s nice bass

John and Travis had great luck on Ballard!

John and Travis had great luck on Ballard!

Ice Fishing a Success! 2013-01-15T18:56:17+00:00

Holidays in the Northwoods

Here’s what you do during the holidays in the Northwoods!

Building a gingerbread house was a life long dream for Sue and her sister Carrie!

Building a gingerbread house was a life long dream for Sue and her sister Carrie!

Fun with all the tiny details, including  plants on the window sills.

Fun with all the tiny details, including plants on the window sills.

The chimney was one of our favorite parts.

The chimney was one of our favorite parts.

Putting together a 3000 peice puzzle!

Putting together a 3000 peice puzzle!

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