Tuesday, July 27, 2010
After the paddling experience, Paddles Up participants could come to River Lea for a delicious lunch at the low price of eleven dollars per person. The lunch was sponsored by the Grand Island Historical Society. I was happy to help out with the preparation for the lunch and with tours of River Lea. In fact, quite a few people took advantage of the open house.
But, alas, the parasols may have been bad luck!
When it was time to clean up, it suddenly started pouring, with thunder and lightning. Well, that was very dramatic and fun to watch. Fortunately, underneath the tent, nobody got soaked!
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