At 8:00 a.m. a goose showed up at our boat. Wouldn't leave. So we put him in the boat as a joke. Well, the joke was on us. After two hours, we named him George. Well, George stayed with us for ten hours. After eight hours, we took George down to the island to release him. George, the goose, would have none of this. After we put him in the water and took off as fast as we could, George flew back in. We kept him for another two hours. finally, we were taking him back to the island, and George and Ian met. I think it was love at first sight for Ian. We went back to the island again, let George go. took off as fast as possible, swerving the boat so George couldn't land in it. finally, George was gone...we thought. An hour later, I guess about a mile later, we were fishing by the ramp. Shane starts laughing and tells me to look down. George is back. What now? We went down to fish the little bridge by the ramp. George the goose could not keep up. We turn around and come back to the dock about a half hour later. George saw us. We were under the little bridge. George takes off flying. We met under the bridge where he just about took mine and Shane's head off. He followed us to the ramp where other people were watching this spectacle and were laughing. George followed the boat as we got it out of the water but we left him at the ramp. So, if you see George, say hi and do not put George in your boat - he is not boat broken. Still cleaning up.