Bearskin Neck Motor Lodge
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... Bearskin Neck. See photo of the sign for a story. The shop entry is right on the narrow street. Most have shingles on the roof and many have them on the walls.
It is a sizable town, bigger than New Norfolk I think. I wonder if there is a congregation here? Lots of galleries and souvenir shops of course, and eating houses.
On the way back we saw a couple with ...
... all day. Later Jeannie called and she had an extra ticket for the dinner and entertainment tonight (I had called yesterday and none were available) so a quick shower and up to the clubhouse. It was chili night – lots of crockpots with chili, stew, clam chowder, chicken noodle soup and we could have as many as we wanted. All the trimmings to go with them and then pumpkin pie! On to the entertainment-The Mann Brothers. Three brothers from Samoa who sing, and ...
... to take care of him. She cannot do it and he is not happy. He has Parkinson’s. It is about 30 miles to Plymouth and we arrived right at 2pm, as we predicted. Dick is not looking too good but was sitting up-he is barely able to talk, and Mary looks worn out. She is 83 years old! Their son Michael arrived and we all talked and then we left. His son, Phillip Michael, is walking the 2600 mile Appalachian Trail. He started at the Maine end and is now in ...
... home where we relaxed a bit before going to Sabitino’s for a drink and to see Felix who has been off work for several months due to an arm operation. Phil heard from all the girls today and Lances 3 daughters each made him a card. Felix was not at Sabatino’s and by the end of the month still will not have returned.
June 17th-Monday-Again we are trying to go to the graves in Plymouth! A late start but we are off- First, stop to ...
... to him and she just scooted over and was back on my stool. Before we left we met Paul, a city counselor, and enjoyed him. Finally home to a wine, a bit of reading and bed. 32 degrees out and possible snow late Christmas Eve or Christmas day.
December 24th-Christmas Eve – 33 degrees this morning but sky is blue. We sorted out the finances for the book-getting it printed, taxes and profit. We have paid for the book now and will begin to get a small check ...