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We had another lazy day today in Thermopolis. We went to Hot Springs State Park and walked to the swinging bridge and some of the springs. Then we went back to the hot mineral pools at the Fountain of Youth RV Park and spent most of the morning there. Don spent most of the time in the water while I dipped in and out. We met a family who was originally from Paris and now living in Ohio but were on vacation. They are heading to Yellowstone too so we might cross paths again. After lunch at Butch’s in Kirby, we decided to go find a Laundromat and do some laundry. Then we drove around some more until we were tired. We tried to visit Lucy’s Sheep Camp so I could check out the fiber but it was closed.
What I Learned Today:
· I still remember some of my high school and college French when I practiced it on this French family.
· All mustards are not created equal. The one my hubby uses has no calories and the one at lunch had 45 calories.
· I am so thankful that I have my own washer and dryer at home.
· It is more fun to do laundry when you have company.
Posted on the Successful Teaching Blog by loonyhiker (successfulteaching at gmail dot com).
Original Photo: Steam by Pat Hensley