Sunday, October 6, 2013

Indian summer

Fishing at Wilderness ParkFishing at Wilderness Park

An Indian summer is a period of unseasonably warm, dry weather, occurring after the end of summer proper. This particular Indian summer struck on a weekend, and people took to the parks to enjoy the 90-degree temperatures.

At Wilderness Park, one of the favorite activities was fishing. Whether you use a pole with a reel and hook, or just try to scoop the fish up with a net, the allure is the same for young boys everywhere.

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