We went out and caught flounder in Whangaroa Harbor. We did this over two days, and actually caught the flounder in nets, before gutting it, and frying it up in a pan.
Catching flounder and eating it gave me a deep appreciation for the fact that another animal gave it’s life for me to eat. I don’t think I’ve felt that kind of connection in quite the same way before.
Whangaroa Harbor was beautiful, and I can’t think of a better day (well, maybe a bit less rain, but otherwise) to have gone out to catch flounder for the first time.
Great video! Looks like a lot of fun. Want me to send you another storage card? 🙂
Happy Early Birthday Jon.
That’s the crazy thing. I have about 20 GB worth of storage cards WITH me, but forgot to take them that day. I always carry them in my pocket though, just in case.
And it’s not early birthday for me… I’m already experiencing tomorrow (for you). Thank-you for the birthday wishes!
How’s Houston today?