Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Fishing for snapper

 while we were driving to Phillip Island I spotted this car. Has anyone seen the National Lampoons Christmas Vacation movie?  It reminded me of one of the scenes in the movie. I laughed really loudly and could hardly take the shot.

 The San Remo bridge, on one side is San Remo and on the other is Phillip Island. Beautifu isnt it?
From the water looking at San Remo, great views from the houses. My brother in law live in one and I just sit in his lounge and watch the water the whole time we are there.

We also had a great day fishing, we caught 7 snapper and had a great laugh. Its a 45 minute drive from our house to here. We left home at 3.30pm and got back at 7.00pm, A great afternoons work!
see ya


Sharon said...

I laughed at the tree too! That was one funny movie!

Oh, the water and everything looks so warm and inviting! (and here I sit, in cold TN!)Snapper for supper?

Out Back said...

Looks like it is lovely weather there.

Cant say I have ever seen a tree transported like that in real life!

granny said...

LOL..we watch that movie every Christmas funny!
It looks like you had a great afternoon :0)

Tracey said...

The best ever Christmas movie ever!

Konnie said...

Clark Griswold is one of my all time favorite characters. I love snapper and make it with an orange glaze. Yum. Happy eating.

Cathy said...

Hello Angela
LOL I thought about that movie when I saw the picture - before I even read your words!
Wonder if it made its way home all in one piece?
Love snapper - beer battered is best

Gill - That British Woman said...

We have been seeing that on a daily basis around here as we have a lot of CHristmas tree farms. However over here they have machines that wrap them tightly so they don't flop around on the top of cars.

I have never been fishing before would you believe?

Gill in snowy Canada

Gill - That British Woman said...

thanks for the offer to take me fishing, you never know I may take you up on that one day!!!

Gill in Canada

Cadi said...

I love that movie! :-)
We watched it last year after decorating the tree...