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... for our first venture. It is a supervised do-it-yourself studio that allows you to make projects fusing glass, making jewelry, metal sculpture, mosaics, and spin art. Elena and Cole chose to try making a project using glass and having it fused together. They had a great time and both did an amazing piece of artwork. Rob is working on several large projects, so he spent mornings until early afternoons working. Robin and I kept the kids busy. On the way ...
... checked in again and decided to drive
back the 4 miles to Two Rivers and have dinner. We had a drive to the town beach and along the 2 rivers named Deux Rivieres by the French Canadians who settled here and then had dinner at Kurtz's Bar and Grill.
Yummy smoked ribs - without the bones (so tender) and with a jus to dip the
meat into. There were 2 lovely cocktails for me and nice beer for Linton.
Only one day behind now.
... I need more layers tomorrow... there is a snow advisory, sooooooo there's that.
Eric caught a bunch of walleye on Monday, so we had a fish fry at the lodge restaurant "Waterfront Mary's" and ate on that tonight. It was delicious.
Better call it, we are back at it at 5 am tomorrow.
5 am - I am still not getting used to this early bs
We headed to a different ...
... proceeded to have the night from hell. I was awake from 1-4:40ish – GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!! I kept shoving the alarm back thinking “I need to sleep; or do I just get up and go in to work now?!” But seeing as though I was in no condition to drive, I just kept trying to sleep. I must’ve dozed back off eventually, but when I woke up again at 5:20 I gave up and went to work. ...
Once again it is a beautiful day in Two Rivers. The weather here has been low 60's to mid 70's the whole time. This morning (Saturday - I know I'm a day late) I rode my bike from camp to town (a five mile trip). I was wrong, by the way, the path is 5 miles from Point Beach to camp, and 5 miles from camp to town. I met my grandparents at the park (which is just at the end of the bike trail) for the family reunion.