Galaxie Inn and Suites
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... give the fish a kiss and throw it back in the water with the phrase "get bigger." At first the boys did not want to kiss the fish at all, but Brian told the boys if they wanted to fish had to kiss the fish and set them free. So the boys followed suit. After the fish stopped biting the boys went on a boat ride with Uncle Brian. Brian was a happy man to have companions to go out on the boat with. He loves his pontoon and being out on the lake. The boys were able to ...
... he needed a break, so we pulled over for a minute rest. This turned into the kids need a snack, drink some water and Artie has to pee. No bathroom around, so Art had him go into the trees and take care of business. This is how you start to lose time. All right back on the trail! I can’t remember exactly when Liam decided that he was going to start terrorizing baby girl (maybe between the 1st and 2nd stop or 2nd and 3rd ...
... the temp really low.....but that also meant eating Doritos and drinking beers for four hours while the chicken cooked. Naturally I was not opposed to that. Seriously though, Brian has some skills when it comes to grilling - which everyone pretty much knows already anyway. After dinner the kids were on meltdown mode. Brian, Nick and friends went on a midnight boat ride, and the rest of us racked out. Another good day - family rocks......especially when they live right on the ...
... high speed run. Speed limit plus 5. This part of the ride was to get the group more comfortable with traffic in cities and at high speed on the endless highways. Rainsuit roulette continued. The Doors' "Riders in the Storm"...We finally got it right....if it looks like rain ahead, we stop and put on rainsuits...no more waiting for the rain and diving off the shoulder of the road...soaked by the time the suits were on, only to ride into the sunshine. Duh. Can't remember much of Little ...
... sunset as we drove North. And I enjoyed watching a huge flock of geese take off from a small lake. Their take off seemed quite chaotic and unorganized but it was fascinating to watch them maneuver into their V formation and begin their journey. We've heard quite a few "honkers" the past couple of weeks as they move through the area on their way South but this is the first time I've seen them organize themselves. Nature is amazing. ...
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