The 30mph enema

August 11, 2006 at 10:54 pm Leave a comment

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The wedding yesterday – splendid! My cousin and her groom were radiant. They are obviously completely in love with one another, and the ceremony by the sea was something you would script in a movie.

Today, we had breakfast with our wonderful host and his family. Afterwards, we took a walk on the promenade by the harbor, then went to help clean up the reception area. The reward afterwards was a day on the water, and I got to go tubing. A tube pulled behind a motor boat is a thrilling ride. I had a good coach and was able to stay on board for quite a while before the wipe out. My second ride is where I encountered the 30 mph enema. What is that? That when you eat it so bad that your mouth, nostrils, ears all get filled with salt water. You know what? Despite the wipe out, I absolutely had a blast.

Tubing

 

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