Last weekend my hubby and I went to our remote camp in the Maine wilderness with family. On the last morning, after having a nice weekend catching up with family, I got up with the sunrise with no one else awake on the pond except a few loons and the fish. I looked out the window and watched fish jump at bugs on the top of the water and decided to walk down to the pond(almost a lake) to try my luck. Not really a good idea to venture downhill to the dock by myself with no one knowing where I was in case I fell but I couldn't resist. My dog, myself, my pole, and a hot cup of coffee headed down. I thought, even if I don't catch fish, I can watch this morning begin in this beautiful place. Bet you wish you were there by now. I stood on the dock, dog by my side, and just looked at nature's beautiful place. After a moment I just had to try my luck with my fly rod. I stood on the dock and caught and released brook trout for an hour, no kidding. Made me stop and appreciate that once again, this year that I still can walk to this amazing place. Gave me a boost and helped me focus on what I can still do and how lucky I am to have my husband, family, and this amazing place to come to for relaxing and reflecting.