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Old 09-10-2011, 04:45 PM   #1
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Why we do what we do.

Pictures like this make the work and investment worth while.

My 3 year old fishing at Killbear Provincial Park last night.



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Old 09-10-2011, 05:47 PM   #2
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Very cute pic!!

Did he catch anything????
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Old 09-10-2011, 06:13 PM   #3
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You know the story. We caught the biggest fish in the lake and he got away
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Sooo Much Better than playing vidieo games...
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Old 09-10-2011, 07:13 PM   #5
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Great pic!
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Sooo Much Better than playing vidieo games...
You know my 4 sons have wii and PS3 and all I heard was buy them something called wii fit. Some kind if game that gets them up off the couch and moving instead of sitting there like zombies.

So I had a better idea. I took the video games put them in the attic and guess what, they went outside road their bikes played baseball etc.

When we camp they find things to do and use this thing called their imagination and come up with all sorts of things to do without a video game controller.
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Corey, that is an awesome pic. I have taught all four of mine to fish and camp and they absolutely love it. I hope they do the same things with their children someday...
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my 3 year old grandson and 4 year old grandaughter love to fish and camp as my boys did growing up. They did not have video games until they were 18, played AAA hockey, are both Vets today and are both very well rounded. By the way, they used the video games only for a month or so and then they lost interest. Take that great picture and put it in a safe place to show him when he gets older.
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You know my 4 sons have wii and PS3 and all I heard was buy them something called wii fit. Some kind if game that gets them up off the couch and moving instead of sitting there like zombies.

So I had a better idea. I took the video games put them in the attic and guess what, they went outside road their bikes played baseball etc.

When we camp they find things to do and use this thing called their imagination and come up with all sorts of things to do without a video game controller.
My kids are in there 20's and still love to show up when we are camping ..
They still enjoy kayaking ,fishing campfires and the good food associated with camping.
Funny when they were your kids age we used a TENT then moved up to a pop-up when they were young teens ,then got an older 24 foot terry TT. this year we bought a 28 foot with a bunk house.
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That's what I say too! It is worth every penny to do the things that make memories. Just us. Nothing in between.
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