While my older two were at camp last week I took my younger two to a local fish hatchery to feed the fish.
When you throw in handfuls of fish food the fish all rush at once and splash around with their tails.
The fish are trout that will be released into local streams and lakes for fishing. They range in size from small babies to very large older fish.
All the fish are now covered by nets are there have been problems with Blue Heron coming and eating the fish right from the hatchery. Sometimes you can see them in the trees or along the edges, but we didn't see any today.
Because they are easier to see, my kids like to look for the yellow fish rather than the darker colored one and try to throw the food to just those fish. Not that it works as once the food is in the water any fish might eat it.
One of our last stops is always the wishing well to make a wish or two until the next time we come to visit.