at the Waters Edge
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As Zoe says, we will be taking a little plane, a medium plane, and then a BIG plane on our way to Manchester, England. The girls are super excited. We've outlined what we'll be doing & seeing in London in a fortnight. Friends we need to see have been contacted and plans are coming ...
Our last day was pretty nice. The weather was a cool, breezy 60's and sunny. In the morning I rode my bike into town, over the new drawbridge, past the harbor, and by the beach, all in one big loop. Overall it probably adds about 12 miles to my total.
We visited some huge garden today. It's a large, well-kept grounds full of flowers. Beautiful!
Not leaving until the afternoon, we wanted to wait ...
... been through everything now. I went out to the first sandbar, and I heard my ankles crack all the way out. It was knee deep out probably 40 or 50 yards out into the lake, then it started to get pretty deep.
When we returned to the camper we gave aunt patty the tour. Grandma, Patty, and Kaye sat reviewing their family history with the binder of information Leonard lent them. He ...
... seat is getting uncomfortable. I rode from camp to town in the morning (5 miles).
I rode through town and all around (YAY rhymes) (approx. 7 miles total).
I rode from the reunion to Point Beach in the afternoon. (approx. 12 miles total).
I rode almost all the way back to town and grandpa picked me up. So probably about 16 miles total of bike riding.
Tonight for dinner I made my "famous" and very ...
... I got mine, my brother's and my dad's souvenirs last year. We also got some really good coffee at one of the shops. We walked through Two Rivers, bringing back memories to my grandmother and her sisters. We snacked on ice cream for lunch, saving room for Fish Fryday for dinner. Fish Fryday is a Two Rivers tradition every Friday.
We stopped at a restaurant called VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) for dinner. I tried Pike! Honestly I ...