|Braaaiiins! Uh, I mean Caaaake!|
|This one was especially yummy|
The first day was about relaxing and getting some things set up. It was a great time to do some fishing. I didn't say we caught a lot, but the weather was perfect and it was relaxing so it was a great time. Dogfish Head made it that much better.
But it wasn't all that much. We still caught a few.
|Deer and Dillo|
|Trifecta of Goodness|
|Warmth for the chilly night|
Speaking of zombies. This is the day of the zombie run. This year, we featured some older targets from the zombie targets website and some of the newer targets from Birchwood Casey. The smaller rat splatter target turned out to be quite a difficult little guy.
|No pizza for you!|
Below is That Guy with his awesome Saiga 12 Gauge shooting some Fiocchi luminescent tracers. I should have used a time-lapse, but I chose to just run a fast shutter and caught it in a couple of shots.
I believe this night's dinner was the Chicken Marsala with Prosciutto that I made and did not take any pictures, of course!
After dinner, more relaxation and some more tasting.
|Great beer, Mikkeller Draft Bear|
That right there was a string of great beer.
So, the next day was fishing, hiking and more shooting.
No exciting pictures of us walking in the woods, but then the final night. Time for the traditional steak dinner.
And a salad! The Cashew Tahini dressing was a real hit with the salad.
Oh, and wine. Except, we couldn't find a corkscrew, so we skipped preparedness and went to improvisation.
It worked wonderfully.
Then, a couple more tasters.
So, the trip is over. Unfortunately, these go by so quickly. Now we have some great memories and soon we'll have some great video to watch. So, this is one of the reasons I've been off the grid. The other two reasons I will post about later. Sorry about all of the pictures, but it's probably easier than reading my babble as I try to explain it all.