We took advantage of a gorgeous afternoon to take the boat up the Tazimina River to play. We put Regina's inflatable kayaks in our boat and took them with us across the lake and up the river.
Deep red salmon were everywhere waiting to deposit their eggs.
Paul and Quentin brought the rest of us up in the second load.
Joshua and Quentin
Lavonne got to come along too.
Dayton doing a flip off a big stump that had pooled a deep hole in front of it.
Abigail, Dayton and I got to paddle the kayaks down the river for the trip home.
It's a pretty tame river except for the many sweepers that you have to stay very far away from.
Susan (me) back on shore again.
Sarah in the midst of a bunch of fireweed. The fireweed is our season indicator. Throughout the summer the blossoms go to seed and the leaves turn red from the bottom first and climb up to the top. When the top is red, summer is over.