Lake Side Therapy

It’s a beautiful summer evening and the temperature has started to drop a couple of degrees and the sun is starting to dip lower in the sky. Now it is actually bearable to be outside in the sun.

All the neighbors are firing up there grills. To cook there evening dinners as the family splashes in the nearby pool.

The timing is just right to load up the gear and head out. It’s time to go for some relaxation and murder.

On the way through town only stopping to by some fresh night crawlers. At last making it to the counter, feeling bad for the poor girl working the register. In just your five minutes in the store you saw several of out of towns being rude to her.

Living and working in a tourist town requires having a thick skin. The city folk and second home owners come up thinking they are more important than anyone else.

Continuing your travel through town dodging pedestrians that don’t understand what a cross walk is as they go from gift shop to gift shop. Driving past the corner diner seeing a line out the front door and people milling around waiting for a table. Honking at your friend as she is waiting on the tables on the porch. In the back of your mind thinking that the food is pretty good but, you wouldn’t wait that long to get a table.

Finally making it to the lake to one of your many fishing spots. Looking around seeing that it is nice and quiet and there is no one else there.

Sitting there with your line out in the water and drowning some worms and hoping to catch some nice fresh fish for dinner. There is nothing like relaxing with the sun shining off the lake as it slowly lowers behind the trees.

When it comes to fishing there is nothing more relaxing than sitting on the shoreline with a rod in hand. There is no form or cheaper therapy in the world.

I hope you all enjoyed. I would love to hear what your opinions and thoughts are. Please feel free to like and comment, also don’t forget to hit the follow button to see when each post goes up.

So until next week, sit back and relax with a good book.

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