Hello Dear Readers! I regret to admit that summertime has taken a serious hold on Bluebonnets for Sal and I am quite sorry for the lack of posts over the past few weeks. Happily, I am back, refreshed, and excited to pick up where I left off. To start, I wanted to share with you a few photos of a trip I recently went on to Canada with family and friends. We stayed at a friend's home on an island nearby Kenora on the great Lake of the Woods which stretches from the USA to Canada and occupies over 65,000 miles of shoreline! It was beautiful to fly in and be witness to some of the roughly 14,500 islands which call the lake home. As far as my eye could see, these beautiful lush isles speckled the lake and very little signs of humanity could be traced. It was beautiful, untouched nature at its finest. The trip was predominately fishing-based and our group had more fun fishing the local catch, from the elusive Muske to Walleye to Northern Pike and Soggers. We had fresh Walleye for lunch everyday and were witness to some of the most beautiful sunsets in addition to a few bald eagles and flocks of gorgeous white pelicans. These are just a few of my photos but I think they help to show you what a beautiful place it is. Top it all off with a special birthday celebration and voila- it was a trip to remember!
Smiling over sunsets and new Alexis Bittar Earrings (similar version here)
Stay tuned for more posts throughout the week!