Emily plenty of fish dating blog
Fishing will forever be a part of our relationship.
When I asked her recently if she wanted our children to learn how to fish, she responded by saying, “Duh. These were the words I heard Emily speak as we were stalking in on a black bear last fall.
How are they supposed to be Wilkinson’s if they don’t know how to fish? On our trip last year to hunt in northeast Washington, Emily and I happened upon a bear atop some sort of fruit-bearing tree.
We watched as the bear ate from the highest limbs and then mosey its way down the trunk.
I’m sure some of you have been wondering who the other person in my profile photo is.
She is my partner in crime, and the love of my life.
Despite her dad’s interest in the sport and his frequent attempts to get her to go with him, she wouldn’t go.She’s been a hiker most of her life, and we’ve gone on plenty hikes since we’ve been together.But this year we hope to get out and spend a night or two backpacking so she can get a taste for it, see if she wants to pursue it any further. The only pictures I feature on this blog are ones that only Emily and I take (and sometimes my father’s).Emily currently attends Central Washington University where she runs her little heart out on the cross country and track team.I will be moving to Ellensburg this summer to be with her and start school together in the fall.