First up: Trevor's trip to Canada!
Him and his dad drove to North Dakota on the 10th and got there on the 11th. They met up with the rest of their group (there were 5 of them total) and headed up to Canada. When they got to Canada there were some complications, and they all didn't get in. Long story short: in the end 3 of them (Trevor included) went to Canada and Trevor's dad and great uncle stayed in North Dakota. Overall he had a good trip. It obviously would have been better had all 5 of them been together, but they made the best of it. I think the highlight of Trevor's trip was seeing Whiskey put all his training to good use. Trevor has been training this pup since the day we got him and Whiskey apparently did awesome hunting for his first time, so all of Trevor's hard work paid off!! The actual hunting wasn't as good as last year, but it was a good experience for both Whiskey and Trevor. Here are some pictures from his trip.
Trevor was so pleased with how Whiskey did that when we all got home he gave Whiskey his first steak and beer dinner!...I'm not kidding!
I had an awesome time on my trip as well! I drove to OKC on the 15th to have dinner with some of my great friends (sadly, we didn't get any pictures). Then on the 16th I had a direct flight to DC. The first couple days in DC were just relaxing, which is exactly what I wanted!!
On Friday my brother, Wes, took off work to hang out with me. We made it a "touristy" day. I have already been to DC once to visit him a few years back and we saw all of the museums and such, so being a tourist wasn't my first priority. But we made it a fun day. In the Arlington/DC area they have a thing called Capital Bike Share. You can rent a bike and they have several stations where you can turn it in and then get another one later. So we rented a bike and rode to Georgetown.
When we got to Georgetown we turned the bikes in and walked around and ended up in DC.
After we walked around for awhile, we rented the bikes again and headed back to Arlington where my brother lives. That night we had dinner with my brothers girlfriend Katy and then went out that night to a place called Penn Social. It was a lot of fun! They have ping pong, bean bags, darts, foosball, arcade games, and good music.
The next day OSU was playing and it's really neat because the alumni association all goes to a bar to watch the game. So we watched the game in good company.
We both had awesome times, but this is probably the longest that Trevor and I have been apart. We definitely missed each other and were so excited to see each other on Saturday afternoon!! It definitely makes you appreciate your time together!
Now we are back to work and home-cooked meals!! I definitely love our life together!