You may recall my blog post from a few months ago where I made a bunch of breakfast burritos for Josh before he left for a tournament in Florida. Basically, I spent a couple hours making a bunch of burritos with eggs and sausage and cheese and yummy veggies that all got wrapped up in parchment paper and popped into the freezer for him to pull out and throw into the microwave for a super fast breakfast before he hits the water for the day. While he's been living the lake life, I've been keeping it real with #cubelife which means sandwiches for lunches most days at the office gets real old, real fast. I try to switch it up with interesting meats, spreads and cheeses, or make a salad but after a week or so I end up at Chipotle because I just can't take it anymore! Enter make ahead burritos.
If you live in Minnesota, chances are you either have a family cabin that you frequent or you have friends that do. We are fortunate enough to have one of our own that my grandparents purchased back in the 60's and we still go to to this day. It's nestled about 3 hours north of the cities on a serene lake that really doesn't see all that much boat traffic. It has it's fair share of pontoons and fishing boats but nothing like the traffic you can see on some of the lakes in the city. Which makes it the perfect getaway for the weekend, where you can breathe in that fresh country air and see stars like you've never seen them before! We've also seen some pretty awesome wildlife up there in our day. One time we had a family of black bears in the tree right out our front door!
I recently had the opportunity to work with Navionics again to film a video on how to activate their SonarChart on the various nautical electronic units that are available. We were able to enlist the assistance of Paul Michele, National Sales Manager w/Navionics and Seth Feider, Bassmaster Elite Series Pro which was fun because it took us to a few new filming locations. One of them being sunny Florida! For the final piece, all we needed to do was get Josh out on the water to film his part and then I was ready to put all the footage together. Easier said then done since he has been home 3 days in the last month. As you can see from the pic above, I had a helper in Kigen this time. Even though he was totally trying to get all up in the video. Some dogs always have to be the center of attention.. Hope you enjoy!
Hey there -
I'm Bri! Lover of food, wine, and photography that is currently traveling with my professional bass fishing husband along with our cantankerous rottie, Kigen. When not traveling you can find me living the lake life off the shores of Lake Mille Lacs in Isle, MN. Pour a drink, pull up a chair and join me as I journey across the country documenting it all along the way!