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Monday 24th November
LET IT SNOW! It's snowing!!
All of Milton is covered in a white blanket of fluff. The farm is now surrounded. It is heavy, however you can still see clearly through it. It is like someone slashed a feather ...
... pad. He said "I have never used it and it is just taking up space." I found this a very kind gesture and accepted it. The man however, had used it briefly. In the front cover is said "In case of loss, please return to 'Brad J. Lewis'. As a reward: $ 'A hug!'. He also had a quote written inside which said:"Your life is your life. Don't let it be clubbed into dark submissionBe on the watch. There are ways out. There is a light somewhere, it might not be much ...
... It was only us and two crew on the sailboat. We headed south, made it around Horseshoe Island, and tacked back and forth in the increasing wind back to harbor. I'd asked how deep the keel went- 5 feet was the answer. At one point the captain say, "ok, we need to tack, we are quickly running out of real estate". I looked at the gage that tells us how deep the water is and it said ...
... the recommendation!
We stopped at Pewit's nest on the way back. Different landscape from Parfrey's Glen, but again a very nice slot canyon, didn't stay long, it felt more ominous to me. Forevertron was closed. From the few items on display out front it looked intriguing. It was not open again while we were in the area so missed out. The day couldn't have gone any better, it was ...
... had learned about this exploration back in 5th grade and was so excited to be at that very strategic place where the Fox river coming from Green Bay and thus the St Lawerence River was only 1.5 miles from the Wisconsin- leading to the Mississippi. This was big stuff back in 1673.
The Pardeeville Watermelon Festival and seed spitting contest was a must for Russ. It is ...