If you roll your mouse over the pictures, their titles will pop up, which may help with full understanding! OK, no more words!
Boating on the river seems like the most awesome part to me. And I cracked up at those pictures of Dennis with the flipped kayak. Hahaha! That’s certainly what I’m always afraid of when I kayak, but it looks like it didn’t do him any lasting damage. =) I can’t believe a life boat came out for him. That’s just the cherry on top.
Boating and kayaking was my favorite part, for sure! The hot air balloon might have beat it, but they weren’t doing the rides b/c there was too much wind so they just took our picture standing in it. Dennis put on quite a show for everyone and gave us all a good laugh! I feel bad for saying this, but I’m glad it was him and not me. That river water gives me the heeby jeebies.
What fun!!! Even toppling over in a kayak is fun on a sunny day at a festival. :-)
On another note, I just read a recipe that calls for using vodka in place of water when making pie crust. The rationale is that vodka is only about 60% water and the alcohol (and its taste) evaporates during baking, so the pie crust will be flakier as it is made with less water.
Anybody have any thoughts about this or experience with this?
Liz, I read about that and completely forgot! I’ve never tried it but I will next time I make a pie b/c I have a lot of vodka left from making Kahlua and it’s just sitting around all sad and lonely. Thanks!
This looks like SO much fun! I love live music. Especially outdoor live music.
Looks like you had fun, all exept for Dennis getting all washed up…. hee hee.. I love kayaking so much and will get to do some sun and monday.. woot!!! ( going to dads , whos name is Dennis too, BTW)
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Such cute pics, Veronica! Looks like fun was had by all! Lol, poor Dennis though…I would totally have been the one who ended up in the water too. :)
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