After a tasty supper of grilled walleye, corn on the cob, and hash browns, Steve, Barry and I finished out the night with some drinks by the bonfire and then came inside for a movie - "Training Day." Per usual, I fell asleep within about ten minutes of the movie beginning, but we all made it to our beds for a nice long slumber. Steve and I always sleep really hard up here, so we were only summoned out of bed by the sound of "Training Day" blaring in the living room. I think Barry was wanting some company as Ati was being a lil troublemaker. After eating some bacon, eggs, and toast for breakfast, I got another chance to watch the movie before we decided to explore Wasp Lake, which none of us had ever visited. Getting to Wasp Lake requires us to boat across Barry's Bay, portage all our gear, including the boat motor, up the trail (less than a five-minute walk) to Gamble River. We take Gamble River into a hidden passage way which leads into Wasp. It was awesome to find ourselves in the middle of this beautiful northern wilderness with no cares in the world. Our day of exploring turned into an afternoon of rainy fishing, but we pulled up numerous walleyes, small mouth bass, and a northern pike. We kept six of the walleyes (which Barry just got done cleaning) and we finally made it back to the cabin after a very wet portage! All in all, it's been an awesomely relaxing, successful, and fun day up here in good ol' Ontario!