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Old 06-29-2014, 08:06 PM   #18285
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Cant wait until mine get old enough to go.....


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Old 06-29-2014, 08:10 PM   #18286
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Charleston, SC now, Cherry Point next week, Williamsburg, VA the week after, then maybe to Fort Mead and Lancaster PA - then to New England.

Shrimp and grits - Hymans Seafood... Can even use the go window and just eat on the bench outside... Then go but Earlene a seagrass basket in the market.....


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Old 06-29-2014, 08:11 PM   #18287
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To remind some of you and tell some of you for the first time, Mary Ann and I are taking 2 of our grandkids to Sedona, Grand Canyon, 4 Corners, Dolores, CO, Durango, CO, and Pike's Peak.

Day 1 - - Indiana to Springfield, MO
Day 2 - - Springfield, MO to close to Elk City, OK
Day 3 - - Elk City, OK to Albuequerque, NM
Tomorrow - - Albuequerque, NM to Williams, AZ

The kids (14 YO Grace and 8 YO Dru) are doing quite well. Full of questions and expectations. Pretty impressed with the panhandle area and so far in NM (especially the mountains near Albuequerque).

More later - - - I couldn't resist posting the pictures of my 8 YO "navigator". Photo taken on day 1, What a stitch !!
My gosh... you blew by fast! When you coming back through to home?
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Charleston, SC now, Cherry Point next week, Williamsburg, VA the week after, then maybe to Fort Mead and Lancaster PA - then to New England.
When you get to Lancaster are you planning on riding the Steam Powered Strasburg Railroad? Strasburg Rail Road or strasburg rail road - Searchya - Search Results Yahoo Canada Image Search Results
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Has anyone heard how Bob and TEFFY are doing with their hosting?

Thanks for checking in Steve! Grands look Grand!

Be safe and have fun!!!
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That must make some massive roller coasters for you to ride! Pretty to watch from shore, though. I hadn't thought about being too close to shore since that isn't one of our problems in the Everglades or the Gulf shore bays, but it sounds scary enough. Good thing you know how to make yourself safe!

When we encounter wakes from boats whose drivers don't have the courtesy to slow down, we face into them like you're supposed to, of course, and ride them out. I love them, but am nervous at the same time. Sorta like the roller coaster!

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Sue, I only take the yak out when the river is very calm, but I need to start checking the tide charts, too. The largest ships can only come up river when tides are high. Thankfully their wakes are just swell and not breakers unless you are too close to shore.

The first time I went out and saw a big ship coming I headed to the beach then turned into the wake. HUGE mistake as in shallow water the wakes became breakers over the bow and I got soaked. Now I paddle into deeper water. Even tho the swells are 3-4 feet tall, they are gentle and far apart. It's quite a ride!

The river is very wide here and there is plenty of room to avoid getting close to the ships. When I become a stronger paddler I want to cross over to the Oregon side at low tide and explore some of the islands. I love the quiet of not having a motor, but I can't stop paddling for very long or the current will take me too far down river. You and Martin should come this way one summer and we'll go yaking.

BTW, I wrap my phone in paper towels and seal in a ziploc bag in my PFD zip pocket. I won't answer a call. It's just if I need to call for help.
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To remind some of you and tell some of you for the first time, Mary Ann and I are taking 2 of our grandkids to Sedona, Grand Canyon, 4 Corners, Dolores, CO, Durango, CO, and Pike's Peak.

Day 1 - - Indiana to Springfield, MO
Day 2 - - Springfield, MO to close to Elk City, OK
Day 3 - - Elk City, OK to Albuequerque, NM
Tomorrow - - Albuequerque, NM to Williams, AZ

The kids (14 YO Grace and 8 YO Dru) are doing quite well. Full of questions and expectations. Pretty impressed with the panhandle area and so far in NM (especially the mountains near Albuequerque).

More later - - - I couldn't resist posting the pictures of my 8 YO "navigator". Photo taken on day 1, What a stitch !!

Copilot is such a sweet pic! More great memories to come. Be sure to tell him side trips are his responsibility.


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Sue, I only take the yak out when the river is very calm, but I need to start checking the tide charts, too. The largest ships can only come up river when tides are high. Thankfully their wakes are just swell and not breakers unless you are too close to shore.



The first time I went out and saw a big ship coming I headed to the beach then turned into the wake. HUGE mistake as in shallow water the wakes became breakers over the bow and I got soaked. Now I paddle into deeper water. Even tho the swells are 3-4 feet tall, they are gentle and far apart. It's quite a ride!



The river is very wide here and there is plenty of room to avoid getting close to the ships. When I become a stronger paddler I want to cross over to the Oregon side at low tide and explore some of the islands. I love the quiet of not having a motor, but I can't stop paddling for very long or the current will take me too far down river. You and Martin should come this way one summer and we'll go yaking.



BTW, I wrap my phone in paper towels and seal in a ziploc bag in my PFD zip pocket. I won't answer a call. It's just if I need to call for help.

Add some uncooked rice in your bag... Then if some water does get in. The rice is supposed to absorb it. I havent tried it, just read it. I did buy a waterproof digital camera for my 5 yo grand in May, think i will get obe for myself.




Diane is the original SFM........... ( Sliding Finger Mutant, #64) and is retired, duh!
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Add some uncooked rice in your bag... Then if some water does get in. The rice is supposed to absorb it. I havent tried it, just read it. I did buy a waterproof digital camera for my 5 yo grand in May, think i will get obe for myself.




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Sure is quiet today..... Hope all of the mutants are having fun...


Diane is the original SFM........... ( Sliding Finger Mutant, #64) and is retired, duh!
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Steve, when he wakes up from a nape invent a lot of things he missed, and make them great. He may end up being an awake navigator the next day.

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Shrimp and grits - Hymans Seafood... Can even use the go window and just eat on the bench outside... Then go but Earlene a seagrass basket in the market.....

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We went today, and on your advice. Earlene had the shrimp and grits, and I had the #(&%)!( (can't remember the name) but it was two fried grit patties one covered with salmon and the other with fried oysters and a rich cream sauce. and a baked potato. A little on the salty side but still very good.

We strolled through the city market, saw those baskets you mentioned, and all I can say is, I would have to have your money to afford any of them. So no, Earlene did not purchase any.

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Sure is quiet today..... Hope all of the mutants are having fun...

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We did. Tomorrow is touring day. Also, see post on VI.
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