Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Rise and Shine.  Fried Geckos and Love bugs for breakfast; along with some reheated Red Squirrel.  It doesn’t get any better than this.  This place is paradise.  I’m sitting on the dock right now with Aunt Connie drinking a cup of coffee. 

Uncle Johnny got up early and went fishing without us.  He better bring back some fish for lunch.  After all, I can out fish him anytime.  ( I think that is why he did not take me)  I think I’m going to spend the day relaxing and build a sand castle if I can talk Aunt Connie into letting me play in her beach sand and helping me. 

Aunt Connie told me that we only have a few days before we hop on a plane and take off for the West coast.  I am so excited that I get to meet my First Cousin Virginia in California.  She lives in Huntington Beach and lives about 5 blocks from the Pacific Ocean.  More on that later. 

So, before we leave I’m going to work on my tan, have some fun and maybe have my first alcoholic beverage.  After all, I am old enough.  Chokecherry Firewater with a touch of Maple Syrup for everyone. 

Today we jumped into the golf cart and took a ride.  We went to the park and boat ramp, stopped at a few garage sales and drove out towards the airport to look for deer and on our way back we stopped at the country club to play a round of golf.  It was the best and only game I ever played.  I shot a 169 and that was for the first hole.  Anyone out there give lessons?

We are taking the boat out on the lake today and if we can get through the canal that goes to Lake Henry, we will pull the boat up on shore and eat at the restaurant on the lake.  I’m going to have corn porridge, cabbage, venison and bread for lunch.  Well, we got through the canal and the restaurant was open but I sure was disappointed in their menu.  They left the Native out of everything and I had to settle for American food. 

Today, we are going into town to look at the murals on all the buildings.  There are over 46 murals in town and it’s fun to try to find the hidden things in the pictures.  They also have 17 decorative trash containers that make noise and over 4 dozen bird murals hidden around town.  They also have a clown college there if that is what you want to do when you grow up.  See if you can find me in all of the murals I just posted. 
Don't forget to find High Moon in the pics!

Tomorrow we go to the airport, see you there.

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