Airboat Adventures continued . . . — 9 Comments

  1. BW, Sheryl here again. I don’t live near Chicago. I live in the southern part of the state. Before moving to IL, I lived in Florida for 14 years. I do miss the sulfur smell of the water. I sure hope to get to your neck of the woods someday.

  2. Sheryl, I can honestly say I’ve been through there–every time we’ve driven to Ludington, MI! Since you describe the smell as “sulfur”, I absolutely know you’ve smelled it, then!

    Blu, want me to give her your email address? LOL! If she rode an airboat in the Everglades, chances are she’s thrown a line or two, eh? And maybe even wrestled an alligator or three?


  3. I had a 1/4 acre pond in Florida. I fished in it most every evening with the Bull dog. It was full of fish. I wouldn’t call it much fishing……just catching. ha We had a 10+ pound cat fish we named uncle Cletus. I caught him twice. That was a site ! I would run with him till I got him on the bank ,then some one else would have to release him. A fisher person I guess I am not , however I really do enjoy fishing. And no I am not afraid to bait my own hook!

  4. Wow, I haveALWAYS ALWAYS wanted to ride on/in an airboat…I am soooooo jealous but tickled for both of yall!!!
    sorry I didnt make it back for the contest, congrats Sue. I love my new cellular access, but it bugged out on me, guess we are still in our getting to know each other phase….still better than dial up, and am happy to be back on line. I deffinately will be watching for upcomming contest, would love to win one of those babies!!!! Hey blu, perhaps if she doesnt fish, may want to ask if she can “cook” de fish!!! lol

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