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... in along the way. I’m always the one getting the dirt, and I make Evie pull up to it so the car blocks me from other people. Talk about awkward if I were to get caught. "Oh, I’m just scooping up some dirt into this sandwich bag. NBD." Or imagine explaining that to a cop. “Ma’am, why do you have so many bags of irt in your car?” We even have a gardening shovel to scoop it up with.
We had lunch in ...
... the stagnant lakes. The forests have since filled in but the ponds/lakes remain testimony to what occurred here.
We rode the scooter through many miles of campground roads and neighboring country roads. We also had a great time going horseback riding at local stable. Couldn't believe the price, $15 for a 45 minute ride through a lovely forested area.
This is seriously the most perfect lot…as I mentioned yesterday, everything important is walkable: the library, a gas station, the downtown and there’s a walking trail in the park, there’s a dump station at the park that we can all use, the park itself is really beautiful and has a nice playground that the circus kids are having fun playing on, and the city left their park bathrooms open and clean for our audience during the shows so we all took advantage ...
... woman working there mouthed to me that they didn’t open for another 10 minutes and when I then asked if there was another gas station in the area, she became exasperated, shook her head, and then actually put her head in her hands and walked away! Gene had also stopped for gas and was nice enough to charge $20 on his own card for me to get gas.
Our lot today is at a city park right on the edge of a neighborhood, two blocks away from a gas station, six blocks from ...
... to be here. So there was about a half hour there where we weren’t sure if we were going to be able to stay on the lot or move again. Fortunately the sponsor came back to the lot, struck a deal with the owner and everyone lived happily ever after. The End.
It rained a little but not as badly as it did last night. The midway was pretty soupy so John directed people to the gate so that they would avoid the mud holes. I chatted with the city clerk who was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking