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Got bored with stripping paint off doors and mending roofs and painting furniture and the rain decided to go to beach for a holiday while forcast is good. Took bikes. Went back to site on beach next to lake. Now sitting with lake one side beach other. Waves crashing, fish flopping in lake. Tony safe no animators or beach Zumba, just peace and quiet..... Rosie doing stunts and handbrake turns in sand and Boinging in sea........mad ...
... through it. Especially with different bells ringing every 15 - 30 minutes!.
Jackie & Brendan are still sick, so we have another quiet day at home. We have to get ready for our long travel day up the Adriatic Coast to Venice. It is the middle weekend for the Italian 2 week vacation; some are ending this weekend and some are beginning, so everyone will be in the road! :(
Tonight, Mary Beth, Alyssa and ...
... be following an old aqueduct, but could not find any information about it and we discovered an interesting and colorful caterpillar.
On our way there, we got lost a little before we found the autostrada and then we had some trouble finding the trailhead, even though we had the Garmin and my iPad!
There really aren't any signs to tell you that you are in the national park and there are still towns and commercialism along ...
... what things mean. We have very good imaginations!!
Alyssa was pleased to present her tooth to me when she got up this morning. I guess the Italian tooth fairy will be visiting tonight. What do you suppose the Italian tooth fairy leaves for a nice clean tooth? ;)
Because it's Sunday, and we were out late last night, we are mostly chilling today. I'm trying to catch up on the blog, Jackie is doing her thing and, Mary Beth is ...
... the streets at 7:30 pm. Imagine. A children's festival starting at 7 pm in the US! There were lots of kids and families out. Alyssa & Brendan really liked all the games that were set up alongside the street. Also there were puppet shows, flag throwers, a bubble artist, and at 10:30 pm a production of "The Lion King!"
Since we are not used to these late hours, we headed home before 11 pm! The kids, and adults, all had a great time.