Wednesday, May 28, 2008

On the river

Allen and I went canoeing in the Portage River on Sunday. My favorite part was when we paddled into the shallows to watch the big carp spawn. Today we did some last minute shopping for the P-Town adventure. The next time I post will be from P-Town.

Very nice article about my residency here!


Erin said...

I hope your trip is safe & enjoyable! :-)

Rae Hallstrom said...

Did my last comment go through? I got a weird message, and don't want to repeat, so if this is the 2nd one, please ignore it. Love the article about you and your trip, especially when you say "...if you don't can tell yourself that you might have gotten inspired if you'd tried." Now I have one less excuse, and I'm glad. Best of luck in Provincetown.



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