The Inn at Lucky Mud
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... summer camp to check in. They were happy to see us...
We bought a large pork loin for dinner, along with Lynn's potato salad, my green salad, and other goodies furnished by Lisa and Rich, as well as even more goodies done by our friends Angie and Dave. They included wholewheat dinner rolls, fresh green beans and Lisa's homemade Blackberry Pie with Ice Cream to top it off. Lots of food, lots of calories... Good eats as our son ...
... is Madison*, a woman I’ve heard MANY horror stories about. I
can honestly say, if circumstances were different, I would not have felt forced
to agree to this contract. However, life happens in the most peculiar,
sometimes most unpleasant ways, and all you can do is be dragged around in all
kinds of directions before a clear path is visible.
Don’t get me ...
... to catch up with this and also test the roof repairs – they seem to have worked. Nigel can fish on the Lake while I write and upload photos. The past week, we’ve had glorious weather and wonderful scenery . I’m going to try something different this time. I’m going to ask you take the journey with us by clicking on the photos below where you’ll find some brief, but hopefully interesting, ...
... of the hits on the bait. It was her day, according to Lisa and Rich, who are quite gracious about this. As you probably know by now, I'm a stream fisherman, when I do fish. I'd go out and get some photos here, but can't quite get myself fired up about spending 5-6 hours "at sea." My imagination does the job for me.
We took a ride into Ilwaco and walked through the Farmers Market. It was late, so not much produce ...
... swimmers at the swimming pool entrance. When I went to take a picture at the pool, I found a lovely playground made of smooth concrete and metal artwork. I decided to stop and have breakfast since it was noon by this time.
After lunch, I walked down the street and took pictures of the gorgeous benches. I think this town must have the highest number of benches per capita that I have noticed and many are very artistically beautiful. One ...