Well, I am officially a redneck! On Friday, we spent the whole day with Brother R which means only one thing...it's going to get crazy! Well, we were out the door at 5:45 am, we went and watched the dogs chase the hogs in R's pen. He has like 800 and something acres, we could hear, but not see, brother R did throw the hog in the cage on his 4 wheeler, so we got to see it. We just let it go in the pen again though. then, we drove down the rode a few miles to a friend of R's , Mr. T and used his pond. He has a huge pond with dock that goes like a 100 yard with a covered deck and dock on the end! It was awesome. I only used a cane pole the whole time and guess who caught the most fish! That's right me!!! I caught 14 fish! Mostly Brim with a few Bass! I LOVED IT!!!! It never got old even when I sat there for two hours with no bites! I had never been fishing before, but I will never forget the feeling of seeing the bobber go down yanking the pull and finding a fish on my hook! I was so much fun! I just had a blast. We had brother R's wife, V, his son, B(19), and daughter, A(23), all came fishing with us too. We had a crew and brother R's family is so much fun! They are a lot like my family so I love being with them. We caught 60 something fish between all of us! We went back to R's camp house and cleaned the fish1 I learned how to descale a fish! Not really a fan of that part, but was glad I didn't have to gut them. then, we had a huge fish fry! We have fried fish and hush puppies(a fried corn bread type thing) and potato salad! it was an great day! I love every minute of it! I have a great redneck tan line on my neck now, so I am officially a redneck! ONLY in BAMA!!!
We loved the sign, so fitting!
When Sister T and I both caught fish at the same time! It was funny because when one us would catch one we would both start scream and yelling "get that fish!!" and the fish would just be a swingin on our pole. It surprised us every time when we pulled the pole up and only to find a fish on it and we would forget for a second what to do. It was sister T and I first time fishing.