Morning Glory at Windmark Beach
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... moved and seconded that we should stay here a few more days. That will give all the people who travelled to family all over the country time to get home and to get the roads back to normal. Another contributing factor is that the weather forecast for the next six or so days is looking the best it has been with loads of sunshine.
The plan of having no plan was working ...
... balsamic) and six parmesan (baked with parmesan cheese & butter. The hand size oysters came out on lunch room trays with a side of lemon, we also got a small cup of cocktail sauce. I prefered the mignonette. The sweetness of the shallots, the kick of the habanero and the pungent caramel of the balsamic were perfect compliments to the brininess of the oyster, each flavor was distinctly present but none was overpowering. The parmesan oysters ...
- Decide to see how bad the flies are today to see if we should try and get our money back for tonight and blow this popsicle stand!
- First we go for a big bike ride. We ride as far we can to the top of the peninsula and then all the way back to the start of the park.. we are gone 1.5 hours and it is a good ...
... lots of the fishermen around us were pulling in some pretty big ones.
As we were going for a walk along the beach we came across a small shark that was dead on the sand. We all took the opportunity to have a good look at it and even looked inside it's mouth to see its teeth. A little gross I know, boys! We thought it would be hilarious to hold it up and take our ...
... are just a few miles north of us on the cape. After running some errands, we returned to the condo to have lunch. After lunch was an 16 mile bike ride (into the wind) up the cape to St. Joseph State Park. On the way we saw a huge eagle. We got to the park and realized we forgot the bike lock, so we went for a short hike in shifts. The path we went on was like ...