We spent most of the first few hours floating and fishing, enjoying the nice weather. It rained on us a few times, but nothing too bad.
We stopped long enough to grab a quick bite to eat. Here's my brother, cousin, and a good buddy of ours.
We all caught several fish, but not as many as I would have liked. Then again, this was my first time on the water in a yak, so my worrying about flipping over was probably preventing me from fishing like I normally would.
This next photo was taken later in the day. I was tired, and could not wait to get to the island where we were planning to camp. To be honest, I was about ready to pull over and pitch my tent on the bank and catch up with the group the next day. I have RA and my joints were almost to the point of screaming at me. I later learned that we had just done 16 miles; I normally do an average of 8-10 miles a day in a canoe, so this made me feel better.