Maybe that's what love does.
Michelle came up with the excellent idea of having a picnic by Lake Shawnee to watch the sunset for our last evening together. We put together fruits and cheeses and veggies, guacomole and crostinis, hoping to go to a little deli to add to the goods. Ooops. They had gone into summer hours and we were a few hours late. Instead we hit the Chinese place. A couple of pu pu platters, some Szechuan chicken and let's call it a picnic!
|Kobie, looking noble..a tough look for him to pull off|
|No, he didn't eat it.|
|The bikes I mentioned before. You can use one to drive around the lake.|
|I'm told there is some good fishing here|
|and geese too|
|Wait!! I wanted a photo...never mind|
|It was chilly!|
|Grayson and Sloane out on the dock|
|That's a wrap|
Except for 'good-bye, Kansas, hello, ocean'
|A beautiful sunrise from the terminal.|
|There's your breadbasket|
|I have no idea what this is|
|I'm pretty sure this was done by aliens|
|Spring has sprung. Even though it was in the 50's.|
|Nuclear power plant?|
Now back on Culebra where, much to my surprise, the road up the hill has been paved! This is a huge thing with potholes more like craters all up and down the hill. Driving on it now, its smooth black surface unbroken, is like skating.
Have a welcome back Wednesday. Do something wholesome.