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... anywhere for the day. The thunderstorm lasted a quick five minutes! But, we already had in our heads that we were not going out for the day. Nevertheless the day turned out to be a beautiful Minnesota day and just what the doctor ordered before heading out tomorrow to Iowa.
After the rain, Uncle Brian bravely took Artie and Liam out on the doc to fish, with real hooks. Artie had his first lesson the day before, but this was Liam's first go at fishing. It ...
... 3 stroller wheels (one goes into the street) and then the largest stroller base I have ever seen. Now he needs to put it all together. I took Liam and Marina for a little walk while Art got this done. This all took about 15-20 minutes or at least it seemed like it to me.
It was hot afternoon, a little humid and the kids were starting to get tired. We walked across the bridge, took pictures and enjoyed the scenery. Liam and Marina were in the stroller seats and ...
... cool. Nick even let Artie and Liam play his guitar...which they LOVED!! When it was time to bring the boat in and get ready for dinner, no one wanted to come back home. However, it was dinner time so most were hungry and some of us had to pee....like ME! So here we are getting ready for dinner, there are a few of Nick's friends here joining us for the evening. Brian invited some of the guys over while talking to them on the lake. Reminds me of how Daddy used to invite ...
... We tagged a couple of Caddies and headed for Albuquerque. Hang on..if I remember correctly, this was also the day that Alex and Jeff rode to the Palo Something canyon purported to be the second largest canyon in the U.S. The rest of us opted for sleep. The day was odd from the beginning...irritability had set in from the grueling rides and the heat. Togetherness was becoming a bit much. We lost some focus...and we got lost. The perfect storm hit while looking for the Route 66 Hotel ...
... to locate some skateparks in this metropolis and was hoping to bail out about halfway through the shopping excursion to hit 1 or 2 of them. They all looked pretty weak online except one that cost money and was at the YMCA. I read that it wasn’t opened until October so I opted out. (I later learned that this place is open now.) We drove about 9 miles down the highway to the Mall. The 1st thing we noticed was the lack ...
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