This week’s photo challenge is “home”. Living in Minnesota, land of over 10,000 lakes, provides us with a lot of beauty, four full seasons and many outdoor pursuits. It has been my home for most of my life, and I’ve learned to embrace the many seasons that we experience here in Minnesota.
One beloved winter activity in Minnesota is ice-fishing. Today, I went along with my son’s second grade class to my favorite urban lake, Lake Harriet, located only a few minutes from our house and school in Southwest Minneapolis, to try our luck at the sport. I thought it would be the perfect quirky fit for this week’s challenge as don’t the fish need a home too?
Let’s take a look at where the fish live!
Out of 28 kids, only one caught a fish. But the kids sure had fun learning about ice fishing and seeing where the fish live in the winter time….beneath the frozen lake!
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