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... bridge" events--concerts and so on. While we were wandering around there, some people were feeding the ducks off the walkway, and the scene was pretty funny. Every duck and Canada Goose for MILES was swimming madly toward these people--I don't know how the word gets out!--including some ducks which were downstream of the little waterfall, and swimming madly upstream to try to get to where the food was. They managed to scramble up on the bank and cross the divide ...
... the game with one more run than hit (14 of the former and 13 of the latter).
Compare the “pitching”:
Bristol Pirates: 4 “pitchers”, 157 pitches, 13 strikeouts, 5 walks, 2 wild pitches, 1 hit batsman.
Kingsport Mets: 5 “pitchers”, 176 pitches, 8 strikeouts, 6 walks, 4 wild pitches, 3 hit batsmen, including the first batter of the game.
Between them, 4 runs scored on wild pitches. ...
In the end, we got to the campground at about 6:45, only to have to drive back into town (only 2 miles) to get firewood, as they don't sell it in the park. We ate dinner at 9:30, but we ate it—fire roasted sweet potatoes and grilled salmon with mango-tomato-jalapeno salsa. It was quite delicious.
While Tim was getting the fire going, I toddled off to another part of the park ...
... get some washing started, and head out to Walmart to go on the search for some 4th of July gear. We found a navy blue t-shirt with USA written on it for me, and a very pretty girls singlet for Aaron (as the boys gear was too big for him). So an XL female USA star/flag singlet it was (lucky there is a lot of gay pride around USA at the moment, haha). So we head home after gallivanting around Walmart getting our much wanted supplies.
We have lunch, and I ...
... had some leftovers from the night before, and got ready to go for a hike to Bays Mountain. Kyle had emerged by this time as it was noon, and we all got into the car after lunch and headed towards Bays Mountain.
We arrived and began our walking through the bushlands, came across a wild deer that walked straight up to us, which neither of us had ever experienced. We decided to go up towards the Fire Tower as the views were meant to ...