Clinch Park was bursting with people. The new splash pad is immensely popular with families. They set up shop on the perimeter of the pad with blankets and towels and all kinds of paraphernalia. The beach was jammed with people too. Only two or three went in the water though - the water is still very cold.
We got home just in time for a visit from Dave. He came over from Lake Otsego with boxes of things from Doug's basement. There are diaries, photo albums, loose pictures and memorabilia from Mother Gen. There is also a box with all of Doug's research on family genealogy. Thanks a lot....I'm not sure what we'll do with all of these things. We had a super visit with Dave - it's nice to have a one on one instead of just a hug at GenFest.
After Dave left, Will and one of his boys stopped in to talk about the Nano in the Woods cache - that's the one across the river and up a big hill. It's very difficult to access, but they wanted to give it a try. And they found it! But it wasn't easy :) I think that Chris has been the only one to find it up until now.
This has been a most memorable day. Hooray!