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Puget Sound Sea-Run Cutthroat Adventure

Joel La Follette - Thursday, July 27, 2017
You'll want to clear off space in your 2018 calendar for the "Second Annual Puget Sound Sea-Run Adventure" because we had a blast! The sun, moon and stars all line up providing those adventurous folks that joined us with a very memorable weekend on the shores of Puget Sound.

Fish were caught, stories told and an abundance of memories made as the Royal Treatment crew and friends gathered at Manchester State Park in Washington. We couldn't have planned it any better if we tried or knew what we were doing. With absolutely wonderful weather, a beautiful campground and plenty of willing fish, this adventure was just about perfect. If there was a downside, it was that we had too much food!

Jake Zirkle, our G. Loomis rep, providing an awesome fajita lunch on Sunday that pretty much negated the need for dinner that evening. Nevertheless, our "Stone Soup Potluck" offered plenty of options for those who still had appetites after the sun went down.

Then there was the entertainment. Our own Nick Wheeler took up the challenge of dining on the most interesting combinations of roasted hotdog and toasted marshmallow creations imaginable. Who knew whipped cream was a hotdog condiment? I even toasted up a S'more or two.

We've set the dates, sign up for next year!















































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