Saturday, May 2, 2009

Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area and Lone Cabbage Fish Camp

Today Mitchell and I decided to get out of the house and go somewhere nice and quiet. We decided on Tosohatchee about 20 minutes away from our house. It was a gorgeous day.

These people were there with a horse and buggy. Looks like fun!

Mitchell brought along his fishing poles and we stopped a couple of times so he could throw his line in.

Here is a little blue gill he caught.

These flowers were growing wild everywhere.

This Bridge was the perfect spot for a photo op.

This was an old wooden bridge we had to cross.

We saw this big guy in the creek on the side of the road. Scary!!

After we left we stopped here for dinner. Mitchell had the frog leg combo platter (yes frog legs gross) and I had the fried catfish (I realize that some people may think that is gross too).

This is a side few of the restaurant. They offer air boat rides here too.

Handsome hubby :-)

We had a great time. In the middle of May they start taking bids for quota hunts. Mitchell really wants to get picked for Tosohatchee. I hope he does since it is so close to home. We are home now and I ready to go to bed. Tough day driving around the woods!


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