Lot: City Athletic Field
There is only one gate to get off the Carneys Point lot, and the ground in front of it was already a muddy mess when we arrived yesterday morning.
This morning Danny advised me to get a "running start" and not to slow down until I was on solid ground.
I already had my truck in four wheel drive, so I pulled through where the tent had been, got in a straight line with the gate, and put the pedal to the metal. I was lucky and made it all the way through the muck to the cement, even though I did meet a little resistance on the way out.
We were on a different lot in Bridgeton, but I assume the other one was mighty wet. The two downsides were that we were not by the neat little Dutch Neck Village like usual, and the new lot was on sand, which was soon all over my shoes and the floor of my trailer.
It was a beautiful day: sunny and breezy. By the second show the wind had died down and the evening became incredibly humid, unfortunately.
While Ryan was out with the Fuscos at Walmart, he swung by a Tractor Supply Company and picked up a new exercise pen and a little tub for my baby duck, Polly.
I would have gone myself, but I was blocked in by other trailers.
After a morning of shopping, Ryan and Tatiana took Nico to a zoo within walking distance of the lot. Out of all the animals, Nico's favorite attraction was this:
A lion water fountain!
Fridman and Valerie's older son, Dylan, assisted Fridman in the chair balancing act today. From all accounts, he did a great job. Congrats, buddy!
In conclusion, here we are with a few fans in Bridgeton:
One of the best photos we've taken this year!
Lamont and Ethan