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... 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.
... up big time and the organisers had laid lots of wood shavings down in an effort to dry it up! It hadn't worked though because the Dodge slipped and skidded about, but we got into line and headed for the entry! Once inside we saw a huge set up with over 500 vintage and steam tractors and a massive flea market where folk were selling bits and pieces, however the rain and the large crowd had churned the place into a quagmire and very soon our shoes were covered ...
... Patty got off work. After the gardens, we visited some marsh. It was a nice boardwalk through some very swampy wetlands. Some of it was actually forested dunes. It was a good walk. We saw some large pretty hawks nesting there too.
Uncle Jerry wound up in the hospital today. We're not sure for exactly what, but he was having pains in his armpit and back. We think he sprained a muscle. Good news, ...
... to the beach. We visited city beach or "Neshota Shore." It was about noon by the time we left for the beach. We stopped at the grocery store because we forgot sunscreen and aloe and both me and grandpa are pink. We met Kaye, Jerry, and Patty at the beach and all just sat there just enjoying the weather. Jesse and his wife, Kristie, stopped by for a couple of minutes. I got in the lake. My ...
A lot of people think we are crazy, my dad included. And I'm starting to think the same as we prepare for our next adventure, EurAfrica.
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