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... A.K.A. Bigfoot. Alexa has seen Finding Bigfoot on Animal Planet. She decided to fasten a long stick to my backpack. If Bigfoot grabbed her, the stick would fall and I would know she needs help. She is rather gullible, but it was cute.
We stopped at the visitor’s center, stop #3. Someone noticed Brad’s UM hat and asked where we were from. This happens all of the time from coast to coast and beyond. They were originally ...
... and making the closet a bit bigger. Because, you see, we don’t have enough work to do what with getting the main place finished and all. Doh!
I got the closet about ½ way done today. The other half will have to wait for next trip. I also got some of the drywall mud sanded… Sheesh, what a mess! I should have the rest of the screws finished up tomorrow. That still leaves the seams to do, but Dave is ...
... It blows in the wind and smells a lot like
fall in the mid-west—Kelsey found a nice Mountain patch the lay in!
The next day, in the early morning we had a few local deer
that walked very nonchalantly through the camping area below our site. We were also graced by a lizard, a few more
turkeys and even some squirrels who eat some of our apples and oats left back at
... of our visit. The fort was a thriving Russian-American Company settlement from 1812 to 1841. It was the site of California's first windmills, and it was occupied by Russians, Native Alaskans and Californians, and Creoles. ...
... featured a hilarious Elvis impersonator and was followed by a trip down to the beach to await the boat parade and water carnival.
I have mentioned before that my neighborhood is filled with various and sundry local characters. Many of which I have come to love dearly. The stroll down to the river was also quite an experience in meeting local color.
We sat with a friend whose daughter was opening the festivities by singing the Star Spangled ...