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... that will whizz you through the air To Maine or Spain or Africa if you just tell it where So will you let it take you where you've never been before Or will you buy some drapes to match and lay it on the floor? The magic carpet will be leaving Maine on the 16th arriving in Lisbon, Portugal on the 17th. From there I think I will head north to visit some of the ...
... the day. The kids swam, the grown-ups relaxed and chatted, the Dads played 'Monkey in the Middle' with the kids, we ate a picnic lunch......All in all a perfect way to bring our time together to a close. This was wrapped up nicely by stopping for a giant ice cream at the Weld General Store and we all sat on the front porch while we licked and gnawed our way through the afternoon treat. We then went back to the house and for our final dinner together we had margaritas, ...
... prepare for the arrival home of Jess and Sara.
When we were all reunited, everyone fed and kids tucked into bed, we sat down for our nightly ritual of an evening board game, once more it was Settlers of Catan. When we went to sleep tonight the tally stood at Tim 2, Brett 2, Sara 0, and Jess 0. The bottom of the leaderboard was not moving despite the concerted and determined efforts of Jess in particular, but the top was now a neck and neck race with one more evening to come. ...
... at the back of the line of 4. At the first rest stop, everyone else in the group had delicate beads of sweat on their brows and when you looked at Tim, water was running in rivulets down his face and neck and his shirt had completely changed to a darker shade. Well, not completely as there were two small patches of the original (dry) shade located on the bicep of each arm, each was about the size of a m&m!!!! However, walking is half mental, or so Tim kept telling himself and ...
... have as many as you want." After we were well filled and fed with this hot breakfast, we headed down to the same lake, but a different location as were were spending the rest of the morning at the Camp of Martin and Amy. A camp is like a New Zealand Bach and at this one there were several kayaks, a small sailboat, a small boat with an outboard motor and a floating dock several feet off shore. Wow, this was kid and playful grown-up ...