Saturday was the Summer Solstice. It was light around here until about 9pm. We should have been using the extra daylight to go fishing or something. What actually happened was a lot of sleeping. A late Friday night bedtime, plus a 6am wake up on Saturday, plus poor quality sleep all week (gnarly thunderstorms almost every night keeping us up), I was bushed. I ended up crashing for “just a little nap” around 3 or 4pm. Matt woke me up just before 8pm, and then I went back to be at 10 or so, and slept until 9 the next morning. I felt a lot better, but we didn’t do a whole hell of a lot.
What did get done, though, was the very beginnings of laying the floor in the boat. While I was at work on Saturday, Matt laid some of the supports around where the engine will go, and cut some for the rest of the floor. We’re waiting to put the gas tank in place to do the rest of the floor, since it would be awfully silly to not leave room for it, or something like that.
We did go out Sunday afternoon to cast for muskie, but we didn’t have any luck. We got rained on, and then eventually ended up throwing frogs over some weed beds, but still nothing. We are hoping to go check out a new fishing boat sometime this week- the little wooden jon is definitely on her last legs.