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... each other a little more. Thanks for organizing this Carolyn!
Later that afternoon we drove ten miles out of town to Vineland, where we visited with Sharon (cousin on Parson's side) Frank, and their daughter and family. The World Soccer game between The Netherlands and Costa Rica was on and a raucous crowd of Netherland fans, all wearing their orange shirts, were whooping ...
... with its sheltered moorings for the large number of pleasure boats and a great view out to the lake's distant blue horizon!
The day ended with a nice stroll down the island's many laneways which divide the 100 or so homes on the island. Chatting to a local, we were informed that there were about 250 people living on the island, though some leave for the winter. He ...
... made this absolutely spectacular and I took a lot of photos. Some might call it obsessive.
Then it was time to head home, get primed and head out to a lovely restaurant in the vineyard region for dinner with Krista's close and dear friends. Of course cocktails were in order as well as some pre-dinner beverages. Afterwards we went back to Stephanie's house for a few more drinks whilst each lady completed a scrapbooking page for ...
Patrick and I had planned on renting a kayak today. We were going to paddle around the Jordan Harbour and I was hoping to get some unique photographs of some of the wildlife.
Earlier this morining it had rained quite a bit. I looked at the weather radar and it appears more is on the way. That is going to put a serious damper on our plans. So, we wait and ...
... menu uninterrupted, although one look at the tripe soup and I was right off my food. I opted for the cabbage rolls, a traditional meal containing minced pork and rice, as did Daniel, whilst Mum and Dad had the Transylvanian platters and Margaret opted for a good ol’ bacon cheeseburger.
Serenaded by the Transylvanian lyricist we enjoyed our meals alongside some Millers pale and dark ale, before a wrestle for the ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed