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Day five of vacation – What do you mean I have to go back?

Part 1 (6:50am)

Since I got up before the rest of the family, I saw that the sun is out yet again. So I seized the opportunity and have grabbed my fishing pole and headed to the lake again, hoping to catch some not so awake fish.

Part 2 (6:58am)

Looks like the fish are safe, at least from me. The lake was not open yet. Who has ever heard of a lake having hours? I didn't see the hours, but the gate was closed to the lake. So, I guess I get to blog until everyone else is up and I can start cooking breakfast for everyone.

Part 3 (8:30)

Some boy who claims to be my son, says, "I don't like eggs or bacon" - HUH? Well, while everyone else is enjoying my breakfast, he is having a peanut butter sandwich.

Part 4 (9:30)

 

It looks like we need to start actually packing for the trip home. That really sucks, but we need to at least get back to go shopping for my daughter's 4th birthday on Monday.

 

Hey, what happened to the kids? Oh, we have new neighbors with kids their age and they went and made friends so they don't have to help pack.

                                        

Part 5 (11:00am)

Now we're making the final preparations for the trip home! Then we are going to eat lunch and head to Astoria to get some pictures for the new contest inspired by song "Movies". I'm not telling you what we did or how it is going to work, but I'm taking it up a notch for this one!

Part 6 (12:15)

We have departed the yurt and are on our way home...Back to regular blogging starting later today and hope you don't get sick of me before my next vacation...I do tend to blog way too much according to my wife.

As promised here are the pictures of a yurt inside and out!

                            

                            

 

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Comment balloon 7 commentsRespect Realty LLC • April 25 2008 10:25PM

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Todd, at least you got away for a few days and had some quality family time! Look for the post tomorrow evening! LOL
Posted by Linda Scanlan (A Fan of AR) over 11 years ago

Todd,

Enjoyed your yurt episodes...welcome back!!! Thanks,   Fran

Posted by Fran Gaspari, "The Title Man" - Title Insurance - PA & NJ (Patriot Land Transfer, Inc.) over 11 years ago
Todd,  It looks like you had a nice vacation with some good quality family time.  Welcome back to the real world!
Posted by Roberta LaRocca, REALTOR®, Broker, Salesperson, NV. Lic BS.507 (Simply Vegas Real Estate) over 11 years ago
Todd It sounds like fun!! I have never been camping, but would love to some day!!
Posted by Jeannette Neerpat, e-Pro Coral Springs/Parkland Real Estate (CondoDomain.com) over 11 years ago
Ok Todd... what kind of a vacation yurt were you in that had internet so you could blog while you were camping? Dosen't sound like camping to me...haha!
Posted by Lori Franks, Brookings, Oregon (Real Estate Consultant) over 11 years ago
Todd - I love camping but this is the first time I have ever seen pictures of a Yurt! It's kind of cool - do you just leave it there or does it belong to you? Not so sure I'd want to pack it up. I like a motor home, it's like taking your home with you and set up is real easy - just park - no more tents for us - been there - done that - got the t shirt.
Posted by Judy Tuscano, NH Real Estate Professional (Prudential Verani Realty) over 11 years ago
I haven't camped in years. I may have to buy a tent and head out again. Those were the good times.
Posted by Robert L. Brown, Grand Rapids Real Estate Bellabay Realty, West Mic (www.mrbrownsellsgr.com) over 11 years ago

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