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Today we drove off the main highways for s change and it was so peaceful with no big trucks for a change. Coming through little towns one could be fooled into thinking we were in a different country. Avon, Geneva yes there is a Lake Geneva! We couldn't find an entry into this lake, but continued along the roqad to a national Park called Sampson, and a big lake, Seneca.
We decided to stop ...
... for a boat ride to Long Island, Maine. It was a wonderful day. Wednesday we were back in Fryeburg having a wonderful lunch with Bill and Barbara Lawrence. On the way home we stopped at Weston''s for strawberries and maple syrup.
So...we pulled over for gas....let me clarify, FUEL. & i noticed a hissing sound. Turns out we had a fast leak. Thankfully Dan knows what he is doing & Luke & I know what we are doing too lol. Dan has us back up & running in 12 min. Glad he is the pit crew ;-) Good times on the roadie ...
On my way back west, I stopped by to see another friend. We shared delicious food and many stories. The winding roads to his place were well worth the extra few hours of time, and Mom and I set out after dark to drive back to Frostburg as long as it took.
... layover in Frankfurt, I don't think it could hurt to have one of my friends teach me a few lines in German--as long as I'm not too confused by then. I have yet to read the chapter in my AP European History textbook on Ancient Rome, but, incidentally, that is something I have been dying to read anyways. Did I mention that I really love Rome? Until then, though, I suppose that my mind shall continue to be filled with thoughts of tasty lemon, even strawberry ...
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