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... However, we noticed the road was not less than 8.5 ft and many trucks longer than 40 ft were passing by us. At first we were nervous that we would meet an ongoing truck on a narrow place but it turned out not to be an issue. Now perhaps a 45 ft bus might find it a bit tight but we had no problem. When we got a height alarm for 13.3 bridge, we stopped in an open area and got ...
... And we had rain just like before in New York. We cooked up salmon, rib eye, corn and pasta with provisions picked up in Erie, PA, and then had big family hugs and a big cry from Amy (who would turn right around and drive back west if given the chance) as we talked about what a great trip it has been. Then we went to sleep in our cozy tent (with a new air mattress that had to be purchased after a slow leak) and slept until 9:00 ...
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... magic mineral broth vegetable soup from wonderful sister Roz's cookbook, as well as brightly colored fresh cut flowers to contrast with the snow. Got to talk to Emily for over an hour. Most of all - got to do a laundry and dry it!:-). Don't ever take fluffy towels for granted!
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... skids for kindling and a ready supply of Genny Cream Ale to keep us regular. Soon we were joined by many of theThursday Legion basketball guys, Rick, Barry, Paul, David, also Brent, Pat, John, Jerry and new neighbour Frank. Jason came once. Kevin was a key member, staying up long into the night, then running 10 k before the sun came up. Sadly Kevin met with a tragic accident and became our second Late Mossefisherman, gone but not forgotten.
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