Whenever we get a sunny day, we get out to do things. The riverfront is fantastic. All the old warehouses are now restaurants, bars, candy stores, and tourist junk. But it really is neat. Shadow loves slow walks and this was perfect. She sniffed all the stores and met all the little kids. These last months with Shadow alone have been pretty great, except that tumor keeps growing. She still loves to go with us. Her latest thing is to try and dig a hole to bury her food. I kid you not. Inside the RV. We have watched her scrap at the paper towel and use it to cover her dish. Today when we got back to the RV she had buried her dish under the rug at the door.
Anyway one of the buildings had a historical plaque with the first Masonic group in the area from the 1700’s. Since my family has been Masonic and my sisters and I Honored Queens of Job’s Daughters, my Uncle a Shriner and Dad a 32nd degree Scottish Rites, I get a kick out of all the Masons in the country. The Dan Brown books were so interesting and in every city and town I see Masonic lodges. It’s been interesting and a huge part of our history.