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... and then joined Mike and the girls who were tubing down the "rapids" on the river that passes from one end of the campground to the other. We had a lot of fun.
Friday night we had another great campfire and spent time swapping adventure stories with the Deal family that had just come back from Frontier Days out in Wyoming.
... one time it was a metal plate that came from someones home. OK, enough learning.
Stopped at a roof top bar and grill for a much needed drink and bite to eat and then to watch a pickup baseball game at Doubleday Field.
On our travels we stopped at a creamery for some ice cream and they must have known Chris was coming. There were signs all over saying "NO". We were allowed in the creamery. Whew!
... of the past?). The Abbott and Costello "Who's on First" routine was a riot to see in its entirety and got us all laughing. Glad the kids now know it. We were hoping to swim in the lake, but the clouds opened up. Luckily, we were able to play board games in a very welcoming (and dry) ...
... their Golden Retriever, Midas). After helping Mike secure the lines on Midas Touch, we asked them to join us for dinner - a short walk into town. While we were having a great visit and nice dinner, the wind picked up so we thought we should head back to our boat in Coinjock. Little did we realize we would be driving into a tornado which passed through the area and knocked out the electricity on power poles and traffic lights all around. In driving rain, wind ...
... to an Irish pub called Celtic Harp and had samples of the beer from the brewery across the street along with lunch.
We pulled into the campground about 20 miles north of Utica, in Herkimer, around 4:30. We were able to get a nice campsite right along the West Canada Creek (which is about the size of the Willamette, so don't ask me why they call it a creek!). Got all set up and sat at the table "creekside" for a while and watched ...