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... he came back outside after checking his mail. He said he thought about what I was doing and he wanted to give me a kiss. This guy seemed harmless, and without question I just presented my cheek for him. He started laughing and mumbling and held out his hand. He handed me a Hersey's Kiss chocolate. I felt super embarrassed for not remembering that old man joke. He told me to be safe a few times and then pulled out some bills from his pocket. He asked if ...
... on the front with a door leading out to a balcony which was also the front porch roof. My brother, who was three years old, had his own room and my parents hired a college girl for the summer who took care of him. She didn’t have to take care of me, I was eight, and nine and ten! A dirt road ran past the front of the house and on the other side a trail went down to the lake and our dock.
We arrived with all five of us in our 1940 ...
Our most notable activity yesterday was to ride around the lake a couple of times on the bikes that are provided here at the house. We did find a large turtle that was trying to find its way back into the mud though. We decided today then to drive through some more of the lovely countryside around here and look at all the ...
After doing nothing much all day yesterday we ventured out to see some of the Adirondack mountains today. The weather is a bit cloudy but still reasonably warm and fine. We drove through the countryside filled with dozens of lakes until we came to Lake Placid which was the venue for the 1980 winter Olympics. You could see Whitehorse mountain with its ski jumps and chair lift going to the top. There was still a bit of snow on the ...
After a sleepless night with the flue we left Niagara for a week in the Adirondacks at Wells, New York. Didn't see any men with guns this time, although, yes Ken, I had the camera ready. Actually I was rather disappointed that we went past the man on the mower with his shotgun too fast for me to get a camera on him. I reckon that would have made an excellent shot. Passing through the New York countryside it was all ...