Apparently the Bay of Fundy is the place for whales in the late summer. Today we followed finback whales for most of our trip from St. Andrews. We also had a few seals, black tuna, a jumping shark, and a few small dolphin like creatures that are not dolphins.
We were really excited to see Lindsey . . And Chris. Avery too. However we could have done without the 270 drive to Delaware. This trip home is super long now. Thanks for the measuring cup. We’ll send it back via Dog Mail. Now to get home in time to watch #MEXvUSA. El Tri.
There once was a town in Ohio where there once was a girl who worked the city pools. During this time she carried her whistle and rescue tube. Now she came back to say hello how are you doing today?!? Once upon a time we went to this place to see the fireworks and hear the symphony play. This time around we were with some dancing nancies. The traffic report was a lot better than what we heard about in […]
We are back on the trying new places kick that we did in Milwaukee. I wanted to do mussels, but somebody mentioned there was a new place we should try. Raw oysters from New Brunswick, Shrimp and grits, baked oysters with yummy cornbread, and east south lobster roll well buttered were all on the menu. They called it Muddy Waters Oyster Bar. Hello East Liberty!