Boo and I hit the water early Saturday morning. We paddled just north of the confluence of the Rock and Crawfish rivers, which found us smack dab in the middle of duck hunters in camouflaged blinds and Jon boats. (this seems to happen to me every year).
I was quite pleased that they didn't express themselves verbally in front of Boo. Glass like conditions, outstanding. Yes that's Boo in her new Birthday fleece.
The afternoon found us in Madison enjoying the sites and sounds of the city. With camera in hand Emily captures the moment. In the words of Ansel Adams; "You don't take a photograph, you make it."
It is very exciting to be apart of your children's passions. Watching them grow following along as their dreams and aspirations are realized.
More photos on The Adventures of Super Boo Blog. My favorite is the man in the orange jump suit. Not for it's artistic value, for the fact that Boo felt compelled to give him some of her birthday money. Emily and I supported her in her decision. Her face beamed.
In less then five minutes walking the square after her good deed, Boo looked down and found a twenty blowing in the wind. She just doubled her money. Imagine that.
Imagination is the air of mind - Philip James Bailey