Fishing at the Tennessee River

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The other day my husband, youngest and I grabbed the dog and the fishing poles and headed down to the Tennessee River at a recreational area on Redstone Arsenal. The water was really, really low on this particular day.

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Griff really didn’t care though, he loves being outside.

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While the guys fished, I walked around, took photos and explored with Griff. Ice is something I’m sure is not seen on the river much here in Alabama.

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After a while, I walked over near the boat launch, and saw this lovely feathered friend.

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It’s not quite as fun as photographing moose, but I do still love seeing wild things.

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Of course, this is Jack’s favorite part of going to the river.

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After a lovely day of fresh air and sunshine, what better ending could you ask for than this?

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