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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... water works from Reagan, she hated being in the water. After a while though, and some bribery in the form of a big plastic ball floating in the pool we got her to at least get in the pool and sit on the first stair.
After some time playing in the pool, we noticed that the rain had stopped and went upstairs, got ready and headed into downtown Holland for some sight seeing and dinner. Downtown Holland was adorable, it was just like Oldtown St. Charles, cute litte streets lined ...
... say a word(I quickly learned to go with it and laughed it off). I soon realized that I was stepping out of the world I knew and to a complete new.
Upon my arrival in Dusseldorf, I entered the fashion world of black, navy, grey, and white clothing. It is true, there is not a lot of color in the fashion here and pretty dressy compared to back home! Everywhere I looked there were people of a different race and could hear different languages all around me, unlike ...
... both of us…
When we arrived on the lot, it was drizzling rain and Alex was wearing his rain suit to park us. Since it was laundry day and we felt no need to rush out of there in the rain to load up the Excursion, we set an alarm and went back to bed.
Downtown Grand Haven is beautiful…we found the laundromat easily and following a tip from Sue, we found one of two book stores just a few blocks away from it. While we were there, ...
... our jammies - we stopped at the Silver Lake Sand Dune State Park and rode a big butt dune buggy over the dunes for about an hour. It was great fun and the whole car got a kick out of the 2 "Red Hat Ladies" trying to climb in and out of the darn thing. Glad we only stopped a couple of times, I couldn't have climbed in and out many more times.
ANOTHER EARLY START TOMORROW - we catch the ferry from Muskegon to Milwaukee tomorrow morning.
More tomorrow. ...
... I enjoyed the company of these people.
And so that was the end of the festival for us. We drove to a rest stop and the following morning went to a diner for breakfast (where we saw other Foresters) and I dropped John off at the airport before going back to the farm. Electric Forest was a wonderful experience to have, and while I wasn't overly-zealous about the idea when we got there, I would not trade the experience for a shirt signed by every performer at the festival.