Group 20 – Mixed Friends – August 19 to 22
Mixed friends, some retournees and some new friends from the Seattle area spent this week at the lodge.
Our favourite family from Hawaii, the Santii’s were our retourning customers this trip and Mark Santii, an Orthopedic Surgeon was just what we needed to deal with our one armed hostess! As soon as he arrived, Mark got everything explained and interpreted properly – we only wish he had arrived a month ago! Lori, Mark’s wife who is a famous sports announcer and analyst for the University of Hawaii, and their son Brock who will be starting his first year of college in September, were also part of this group.
Our engineering team from TLG Aerospace were another big part of this trip. These boys had lots of fishing time together as well as lots of meeting time on the back deck. We just hope that enough work was accomplished!
Unfortunately, the fishing slowed down for the majority of this week. Although all of our guests came back to the dock with some Salmon, the big ones were hard to find! This blogger is sure hopeful that more will be flowing through in the next couple of days!
King Mo, Michael Jackson and Gloria got some nice ones today!
These boys had a great day today with Captain T! Andrew even caught his first salmon ever!
The Santii family from Hawaii was able to bundle up and stay warm enough to catch some fish on this windy afternoon
Michael Jackson is King!
Robert’s nice but!
Captain Keith and his Crew of Scott, Robert and Andrew hold up their fish
King Mo, Michael Jackson and Gloria pose behind their catches
The Santii Family is excited with their fish! Brock’s weighed in as the big one of the day – a 21lber!
A Chinook for Mike
Everyone loves the Pope!
The Santii’s with Captain Ben
Captain Travis holds out Steve’s 10lb Coho as the rest of his Crew smile behind him
Captain Jason’s Crew has some nice buts!
A great group!
The boats in a row
Michael Jackson enjoys some wine at the Beach Bistro
Andrew wears the crown well!
Scott makes it into the King’s Chair on the last morning