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... of fish and those species are dying out. The man told us that all the Great Lakes are full of these nasty things. Bummer.
We cruised the town and the harbor and found the park that Gail used to go to. It is a wonderful place to visit as it sits atop a bluff with steep drop off down to the lake shore. The views are spectacular and the city of Port Washington has placed benches and picnic tables through out the park for the public to ...
... a spot that was better and had a wonderful view of the lake and a very nice patio. I was set for the long haul.
I soon settled in to a routine that my brother has. Lots of dinners and breakfast;s out. We spread ourselves around between the Corner Bar, Tuckers Bar, The Bar in Waterville, and a couple cafes thrown in. Funniest thing is, none of us even had a beer in these places, just food...Such is the life of a nomad.
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We arrived this morning to pick up the fifth wheel. When we saw it in the shop bay our first reaction was OMG what have we done-it looks so big! But it is the right size and looks like all the other fifth wheels; I think that the front that hangs over the truck always looks big.
Unfortunately Gary wasn't feeling well today so spent most of the day laying in the bed of our new second home. The dogs kept ...
... up (a cross between cards and old school trouble) not to mention plenty of football (American) to be watched by all. The black friday excitement started at about 4pm on thursday afternoon when we checked out the brochures and circled anything we were interested in and raced down to the shop for some products already on sale. ...
... heard a lot about all of the crazies on the ride. She got to put faces to names. She was very impressed with all of you and how you all made her feel like a part of the group. A bit embarrassed by the melted shoe! Dinner was hosted by Coach and Joyce Jacobs at a quaint Mexican Place...Cafe Ole...we were joined by Tom Wagner, his wife Deb and Lisa Sorg. Another wonderful evening!
Day 11 was tough. We were headed to Barstow. Veered off to ride a stretch of old Route 66 ...