"Picnic on the eve of Spring" Morton National Wildlife Refuge by chodearm

Pinot Noir and 20lbs of basketed food.

Winter dodged my view. It hid. Went somewhere else but I am not playing this game of hide and seek. I forfeited. I don't want to find you. I hate your dangly tenticles, I hate your boogeys, I hate the tears you well in the bottom of my eyes. Stay where you are. Your not welcomed here.
We left the game and went east. Yuki cooked up a basket load of Japanese treats. We picked up a bottle of Pinot Noir from Jamesport and walked, trudged through rock and wind and seagull fury. 2 miles or more before settling down, legs and buns of steel. Is this Long Island?

The Foods

7 rice balls formed into triangular masses, sausages split on one end to form what look like 4-legged Octipuss' so Quadripuss', Gyoza, Croquette's two flavors, Japanese pickles, carrots and some wine.

  • Last visit to Morton National Wildlife Refuge: Mar 2006
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  • kazander's Profile Photo
    Mar 13, 2006 at 7:22 AM

    what a perfect spot for the perfect weekend we just had! I was at Campmor, perhaps not as picturesque, but still a good time. Had to pick up a rain jacket for the rainforest I will be in....TOMORROW!

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