A little bit psychic or a little bit psycho?

Trip Start Jun 03, 2008
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Trip End Aug 12, 2008


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Sunday, June 22, 2008

We left grandmother's house and made our way to the Krisan house to load the RV and connect the PT that now has air conditioning.  We had dropped it off yesterday to get fixed while we were at the Springs.  The kids all rode with Clark and Ellen rode with Kimberly to a town called Cassadaga.  Interesting to say the least.  We go from Tightwad where there is a street name Lack Lane to Cassadaga where the street names are Spiritualist Street and Mediumship Way and buildings are called Harmony Hall.  It is a designated Historical District and has been a "Spiritual Camp" since the late 1800s.  It looks like any other very small, old town with interesting Victorian homes and quaint, quiet streets except that instead of the commercial district advertising Hardware, Clothing, Ice Cream, and  Attorneys, you see signs for Tarot Cards, Palmist, Spiritual Adviser, Past Life Regressions, and the like.  After a purchase in the bookstore, and lunch in the Cassadaga Hotel's restaurant we each spent a little time in the Meditation Booth (formerly known as the telephone booth).  I guess we were waiting for a higher call.

Audrey wanted a reading with one of the experts and so it was.  We found out that she is a "little bit psychic" and her dad a "little bit psycho". No big surprise on either revelation.   Audrey then went to the rest room and proceeded to read a poster entitled "Murphy's Law on Sex":  Many classic quotes that we've all heard. Her favorite was "If your parents never had sex, it is unlikely that you will." She had a pretty "enlightening" day.

We went our separate ways and the Griswalds proceeded to St. Augustine, the oldest city in the country.  Clarkism, "Kids did you know that this town was founded in 1565 and 4 flags have flown over it?"  While searching for their spot, Clark drove Monica into a 3 foot in diameter rock.  "No worries, kids- these plastic things pop right back into shape!"  We backed into our spot along the swamp's edge and looked for alligators and manatee.  We cooked a pizza and drove over to the beach for a walk.  The sand was soft and the water was warm.  Is this really the Atlantic?   
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