Well we finally had a nice day. No storms, low humidity, and plenty of sun. I got an early start and missed the typical Saturday crowd at Occoquan park. I went out to one of my favorite spots and met my aluminum Jon boat friends. As you can see they were trailing me like ugly ducklings. I had to cut one loose to take the picture though. After a while we hit the beach down near the train bridge at Leesylvania park where we had a BBQ and enjoyed some shade for a while. There wasn't much beach with the extreme high tide so we didn't get to eat until about 3:30 but it was worth it. As usual I didn't have the time to direct my attention to taking pictures but my friends got a few good ones. I was by myself and pretty much in charge of everything so... I did take one more snap shot of this jerk plowing through the no wake zone complete with bow riders. He completely ignored the warnings from other boaters both verbally and over channel 16 which I doubt he was monitoring. I could have taken pictures of all kinds of violations including a bow rider like mine with 2 kids sitting on the platform with their feet in the water while underway. I said something to their dad and in true to his class he responded with the middle finger. Sorry but its not OK to risk your kids that was, be a parent please. I also was treated to a visit from VAGIF officers who were kind enough to let me lip the bass I caught before they questioned me. After a moment the senior officer remembered me from years before when he stopped my Mom and I. He remembered she is a retired sherrifs deputy and was kind enough to ask about her. The junior officer didn't rember me but I remembered his voice from when we spoke on the phone lastyear about fishing pots in the channel at the end of the no wake zone. I produced all my documents and the officers seeemed impressed I carry 2 extinguishers and kept one of my 2 throwables up under the helm at arms reach. They didn't waste much time on me and I was back to fishing to end my day, and a great day it was.