Cabin in the Woods
Steven and Sarah have bought a great little cabin in the woods near Mercer, WI. It’s on a point on Long Lake. The cabin is small, but has room for 8 to sleep, and very clean and tidy.
After our trip up on Saturday (about 4 hours), we put together the bunk beds (Clay declared them comfortable) and put the row boat into the water. Clay took it for a row. I have never laughed so hard. He rowed it backwards — pushing the oars away from himself, but with great rhythm and balance. If he can learn to pull, he will be a great rower.
The rest of the day was consumed with a repair job (Steven), quadcopter (David), and checkers (Clay and Janet). Dinner was leftover casseroles from last weekend.
Sunday included more rowing (Clay finally began to pull) and kayaking and a trip to the hardware store. Great hardware store — basically one of everything one would ever need.
Steve and Clay headed back to Madison in the late afternoon. David and I sat around their fire ring and watched the sun set while listening to Pachyderm Parade (WORT Madision) — Wyatt’s first Sunday of the month (6:30) radio show. The evening was cool, but the fire, and later Vanessa, kept us warm. Dinner was chicken breast, cabbage salad, and green salad.