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The Mentus family has a big announcement!!
Connor can now ride a bike without training wheels!!!!!!!!
What?? What did you think I was going to say?
Anyways... Daddy removed Connors training wheels this afternoon and he had so much fun riding around the campground uninhibited by those extra wheels! Our biggest boy is growing so fast!
We had a relaxing morning followed by a visit from some good friends we ...
... an early dinner we had a campfire. It was more smoke and less fire because the wood was full of sap, but it was enough to toast some marshmallows. Being that it was too chilly to sit outside we retired early to watch some redbox movies.
Tomorrow is our last full day before heading home. The weather looks like it's going to be around 60 and sunny. If that is true, I promise not to complain!
... enjoying a piece of liquorice when she felt something other than the liquorice in her mouth. It was a little piece of her tooth. Her canine or eye tooth as it is known.
We rang our Travel Insurance Company back in Australia with the Chinaman's cousin answering on the other end. "Would we be covered for dental work" I asked. “Certainly” came the reply, “as long as the tooth has never had any work done on it and it ...
... describe the mirror correctly, shaped like a church window and I did see my reflection in my white gown and was suddenly hit with the realisation that maybe it was the second coming and I'm the chosen one. Who would have thought. My mind immediately raced ahead and I thought what about all the merchandise out there already. I mean I don't exactly have long flowing locks of hair and don't have a beard. It would have to be all redone. I could license the ...
... and Garfunkel album "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme" that included the 59th Street Bridge song, as we drew further and further away from Manhattan on the 25 and then the 27, motoring towards Orient Point at the very end tip of Long Island Sound. As we drove, Deanne quipped to me several times "Slow down, you move too fast," but somehow I don't think she was whistling the same tune as I.
Orient Point was originally named Poquatuck, after the name of the local ...