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The next day (Friday) we explored the park before continuing south. It is a huge park. We went to the Tucker Tower Nature Center - this was a very interesting facility that had nature information (fossils, meteorites, etc.) in the first part, then lots of old photos, tools, and information about the WPA and the CCC in the actual tower. It had been constructed to be ...
... at me and just said "Dude, we gotta get out of here." We were at the bottom of a hill and right by the Lake and there was a good 6 inches of rain water outside our tent. We realized that if this kept up then we were in the prime flooding area. We decided to grab all of our stuff, run to the car, and get to higher ground. We left the tent set up and hopped it would be there when we got back. We found a spot for the car and passed ...
Today (Tuesday) was our first camping/no travel day and we stayed at the Johnson Creek Corps of Engineers Campground. After reviewing our schedule and where we should be on what date, we found that we really have to slow down and take in the sights.
Dolly's friend Susan Lawson left work early and joined us at the campground mid afternoon ...
... Almost right on cue, Reyna (one of our face painters) happened to walk up and ask my line if anyone was interested in having their faces painted. The girl brightened up, pick out a design and was delighted to be first in line for her painting.
We had everyone from hipsters to young families to old farmers at both shows. One gentleman, thankfully happy and courteous, arrived a bit inebriated (or at least that was my impression) and I was nervous that he would cause ...
... as zombie Steve & Ryan, or as we preferred to be called, Grieve & Dyin'. :)
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