The radar picture is actually calm compared to what roared through the early morning hours while we were attempting to sleep in the tent. As promised, since it was raining, Scott turned the van towards McDonald’s instead of cooking breakfast in the rain. That also gave us the shelter needed to set up appointments with some realtors in South Carolina for next week. The picture above Scott at McDonald’s was unique. A sled race right through town. I had no idea that I would see a 3D artistic representation of it in under an hour.
Another Trip Advisor suggestion was Lakenenland. This was free and a highlight of the day. We were greeted right away by some friendly folks. We drove around the first time and then we got out and walked.
The detail on some of these pieces was quite incredible. Scott liked the giant saw blade table. He has had a giant saw blade hidden in the basement for years. I made him hide it when our munchkins were old enough to walk into his shop. The orange sign had us laughing.
The picture with the purple flowers makes me laugh. Beautiful flowers, prairie grass, a windmill, and a…green dinosaur. A perfect prairie picture. The owner created a pond for fishing and even placed fishing poles on a picnic table.
Scott decided he needs this chair for his new work chair.
This was the 3D representation of the picture above Scott at McDonald’s. The dog race through town. We should have taken a picture without me in there, but you get the idea.
One of the Marquette libraries. The librarian was kind enough to suggest we head to the top floor to see the beautiful view of the city. I worked on the blog while Scott worked on research for buying the property and designing the house for South Carolina.
We headed to the park we had biked to the day we were in search of pasties. Our mission was to make some Jiffy Jambalaya and head to the movies to see Ant Man.
We need to add in pictures of Scott climbing up and sliding down the outside of the tornado slide here. He was reenacting his childhood. It was too funny to watch, especially when he shocked his bum from static electricity.
After the movie we headed back to our campground and soaked in the hot tub for a few minutes.
The ghost of campfire present appeared again while we watched the sunset over the campfire. Here’s hoping we don’t wake up to another rain storm.
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