Walden on the Pond
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... too so everyone’s electricity keeps coming going on and off. It took all day for our 30 ft. motorhome to reach 72 degrees with the a/c on full blast. Yeesh.
Pat and Frinkle showed up around 1:30pm and took us out to eat…we drove to a nearby McDonald’s and I sat in the back with Frinkle watching a portion of The Lego Movie which he narrated since he’s seen it so many times. The last time we saw Pat was a year ...
... explain to him that we were just getting ready to leave. All of a sudden, he bursts into even more tears. I again try to figure out what was wrong.
"I don't want to leave!"
"I know sweetie, we don't either. You really like Jen don't you?"
Hugh shakes his head and says he loves her. Sweetest thing ever. He adored Jenny so much. He doesn't go up to very many people, even ...
... and marinated eggplant. Nothing big. You can keep your stuffed mushrooms and bacon wrapped scallops, I’ll take some salami and a piece of Swiss. It was gone, all gone. My cost cutting had done me in.
After all is said and done Gail and I hope we give our Daughter and new Son In-law a wonderful celebration. We want them to be as happy as we are and enjoy their day. It is for them and about them and nothing more. The smiles on my Daughters face will be worth ...
... and two great big cops jump out, pistols on their belts. They stormed into the office and without giving Mel the chance to justify her actions or offering to check the facilities for themselves, told her to “pay it all or get arrested”!!!! in no more words than that and with a hand on a holster. Neil came into the office to make sure everything was ok and got told to move the bus or get arrested! And here we were thinking we were visiting the land of the free!!
... have liked to have jumped on my soapbox and made the unpopular case for much higher gasoline taxes on economic grounds but will spare you the details of what I would like to have said. Anyway, it was a gray day for the drive north, one that became drizzly north of Albany and then somewhat sleety once I got into the Adirondacks. I didn't take any pictures on the drive north so have only included a few from home in the weeks before I ...