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... orange lilo. Managing to turn a crimson shade of red. Found out there was a shuttle that goes between the town and the beach every 30 minutes, the thought of walking back almost killed us. Keen for Fish and Chups, we found a great chippy just around the corner, set us back a few more dollars than we'd of liked. Walked up the pier to find a nice spot to eat them. On the way we met up with the jailbait girls who were waiting to go on a ...
... But the next morning when he was having a shower, when the same two walked in on him some how unlatching the door and tried to give him a back massage... Frightened to hear how the story concluded, we hurried into town to find some food and beers. Explored the whole of Commercial Street, stopped at a Brazilian's street diner for dinner. Both choose Rich *****'s Rice, tasted very good. Looking forward to travelling Brazil one ...
A good sleep-in and a quick get-away to Hatches Harbor. A fabulous day- a top ten.
Carter & Charlie found clams.
And Carter & Eden cooked them (lots of them) for our first course; half of them were grilled, half steamed. What fun!
Found out how much fun water lacrosse is (ball does not bounce much).
MICAH: me ...
Newcomb Hollow was not to be - beaucoup mung! Disgustingly so.
So off to Lecount where mung was ok... But alas the water was too cold for the kiddos.
So off to Long Pond - fun on dock, throwing balls, yelling at each other and various forms of fun.
Drive-in movie later. Planes: Fire. & Rescue (Reimann boys had not seen it!).
EDEN: It was fun going to the movies and playground
MAX: it was fun laying down in the ...
... and reburied (unmarked) elsewhere in the cemetery due to the number of people visiting and partying at his gravesite. Large portions of the island, which are in private ownership, have covenants on them to ensure that they are not subdivided or over developed. One of these is a 330 acre block now owned by Caroline Kennedy. The property was bought for her mother, then Jackie Onassis, in the early 1970s by Aristotle Onassis for $1.3 million to ensure Jackie's privacy when ...