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... in the month they have been here, and they gave us a royal welcome with wonderful dinners, a cozy bed, a guided tour, and lots of laughs. Mark is an amazing, very accomplished artist and craftsman and Margo whipped up a painting just that week. Their lovely new home is just right for their style and creativity. Stella and Howie shared a few toys and some big romps in the parks. We went on a great wine tour ...
... stroll". We refreshed ourselves with the locally loved Del's lemonade - a soft slushy that was sold from trucks and kiosks all over Rhode Island. It sure hit the spot! We then drove across the island to Fort Adams for a beautiful sunset. Starving after our exertions, we headed for Anthony's Seafood, a casual market renowned for cheap, cheerful and super fresh seafood. We walked up about 7pm to find ourselves facing a long lineup. Super ...
... folded down and two beds were made up -- bunks!
There was a little floor space -- but it was best if one stayed seated
on a bunk while the other was attempting to move around. Giggles all
But before we called it a day, we were
all invited for a welcome reception and "champagne" and hors
d'oeuvres. This was also our first opportunity to meet those who ...
... there were just as many of these flies as there were in the woods.
I tried to enjoy my walk on the beach - taking lots of pictures. Looking at the pictures, you will think that this is an awesome place. Well, it was from the views - but the feeling of the flies biting away at your skin and the sound of them buzzing around your head took away most of the fun. I still did manage to enjoy myself a bit though.
As I was walking to the tip, I noticed an ...
... such as tomatoes, cucumbers, etc.
Leamington is known as the Tomato Capital of Canada and from the smell of the city and the sights around the city - you can tell. Tomato smells and vendor stands selling this fruit are everywhere.
Speaking of the tomato, I always thought it was a vegetable. Turns out, other people consider it to be a ...