Yesterday Joe and I went fishing at Kusuwa Lake with friends of ours. It was overcast with a few showers in Whitehorse, but the further west we went, the better the weather got. By the time we got in the boat at around 1o o’clock, the blue sky was starting to show itself, and it turned out to be a glorious day.
We came home with four nice sized trout and some good memories: in particular of seeing two bears – one black and one grizzly – only about 50 metres from one another. I also found some great pieces of driftwood which, inspired by Ted’s wife Kathryn, I’ll use to try to make a chair for my deck.
View from the bow. This was taken early in the day, before the sun decided to show off.
Black bear on shore. The sun was shining directly into the lens and I couldn’t see what I was taking a picture of, so it’s not a great photo. The blond grizzly was just to the right of this picture, around a little bend.