The Fall Detail
A couple on their camping trip are surrounded by the wild life on the site.
Catching up on his passion for fishing, the man is seen making his first catch of the day whilst his wife is busy preparing the meals.
View inside the camper
This depicts the cosy kitchen in the camper.
The wife is preparing the "Rice Krispies" bars for the afternoon tea break.
The messy saucepan has been left in the sink to soak,
The can of Purina cat food is ready to be opened for kitty's meal.
The freshly made rice cripy bars have been left on the counter to cool off. A basket of fresh raspberries sits right in front of them.
The breakfast nook
The morning newspaper, empty coffee mug, and a box of fig newtons have been left on the table since the early breakfast.
The fly fishing magazine and book titled "What fish don't want you to know!" are left on the couch.
Behind the bunk is a small bathroom, complete with washbasin and toothbrushes.
Kitty looks at the bed as she is about to pounce onto it.
On the bed is her paperback novel titled "into Temptation", a love story.
The extra sleeping bag is rolled up neatly and stored on the small shelf above the bed.
Having laid out the dinner on the picnic table,
the wife enjoys a can of cold Coors beer.
She is wearing her new Spring hat.
The picnic table
The array of foods on the table include a green salad, potato salad, hot dogs, KFC chicken and baked beans.
The patient squirrel is waiting for some potato chips to fall out of the bag.
There are also marshmallows to be cooked over the open fire for dessert.
The camp grill
The hamburger patties and sausages cook on the open camp grill creating the barbecue smoke.
The husband is pleased with his catch, a river trout that he is about to store in his fishing creel.
He is wearing his fishing hat that has all his colorful flies pinned to it.
The goose is attracted by the wriggling worms in the can. The tackle box contains extra flies and fishing gear.
A family of beavers are collecting twigs and sticks to block the small stream thus creating a small dam.