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... a few feet off the bike path, in the brush and tall grass was the cutest little kitten we had ever seen! Leah managed to reach carefully into the brush, and pick it up! It didn’t even try to run away. After gushing over it for a few minutes we all stood there debating what to do next. None of us had the heart to leave it there (okay, I’ll admit that was my first instinct, but that was before my daughter pulled the cute little thing ...
lovely anniversary breakfast served by Lincoln. Good walk now I know the route!
Sat on the porch drinking grape squash and sewing.
Shopping at sheers big sports store then tkmax. Grocery shopped in Walmart and SAMs club. Lincoln took us out to Doolittles for our evening meal then to Debbies, kids stayed at home and persuaded scobie to take them to taco johns. ...
Our second week started with a cold, dreary Monday. Being the fair-weather fishermen that we are, we didn't go out on the lake today. The ladies piled into two vans and drove to Walker for our annual beach-town shopping day. With its quaint gift shops, unique kitchen gadgets, "Up North" t-shirts and sweatshirts, and wild rice distributors, it's a favorite place to spend a cloudy day. ...
... a big surprise coming for the girls. Tom and I (and the older kids) have been keeping a secret for the past six weeks or so. My sister Beth and her kids have been planning to come to Minnesota this year and Leah & Chloe (who love spending time with their cousins) had no idea. Around mid-afternoon they arrived to hugs and screams, and even a few tears of joy! What a fun surprise! In the evening, our family of seven joined Beth and her kids (Nicole, William, Elise ...
... Tom & I got on our bikes and hit the Heartland Trail down to Walker. The 24-mile trip was pleasant and a nice workout for me. We arrived in Walker at around 4:00, and after a quick ice cream cone break, Tom continued on his way another 23-ish miles to Park Rapids. I shopped for a bit, picking up the obligatory pound of Highlander Grogg (our favorite!), as well as a pound of Snickerdoodle coffee (something ...