Econo Lodge Intown
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... rose 'Pink Impression' and yellow 'Golden Parade' out front are past their prime (s), but the 'Salmon Impression' on the side, the 'Apricot' by the mailbox, and the 'Big Chief' and 'Cream Jewel' by the back porch are at their peak(s). The species tulips in the fern garden are thriving and, in addition, the lilacs, quince and 'Butterfly' magnolia are lovely. There are even daffodils still in bloom by the creek. It's been a good year for the tulips (and other Spring ...
In the meanwhile I use the internet here to organise the rest of my trip, My next stay will be in Maplewood, New Jersey with Rosine, a couch surfing host I am about to discover!
Sitting here, I look outside, we are in the middle of the woods, and a little further you can guess a boat or two, a pontoon and a little water creak. What a beautiful place to live!
This afternoon, we will all go to a wine tasting! (well, probably not Fhinn ;-))
... no swimming, so we ate our crab cakes and left.
Owen wouldn't park the car in any gated communities so we had to go find the public beach.
I saw on the map some green spots, so we drove there. We walked through some forest and came to a cute little point. But that became boring quickly. Some people were fishing there so we watched them for a while.
We went for a drive over that giant bridge to the other side ...
We also discovered the LEGO store. Better even than the LEGO section of F.A.O.Schwartz in Manhattan, this LEGO store let you play with LEGOS! Being the big kids that we are, of course our time was spent there.
The following is our adventure - our telling of a Camfel Story - through LEGOS.
... we stopped at Panera when we did, or else we would have been hours away!
Since it was the first work day of the month, we did need to get our oil changed and mail our monthly paperwork. We just happened to pass a post office on the way back out of town.
Well... kind of a post office. It was a post office that shared space with an Eezy-Freeze or something... some run-down no-name restaurant. A woman was mopping the floor ...