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Many outdoor activities were planned even though the weather didn't cooperate. It was cold and wet Saturday for the many benefit walks scheduled; the HAWS Pet Walk-a-Thon, RiverWalk for Breast Cancer and the one I was on, Parkwalk for Cancer in Mukwonago. It was also opening day of fishing, Art Crawl...
Yeah it was cold and wet yesterday, but probably not as cold and wet as it was for the two young women caught skinny-dipping in Pewaukee Lake Thursday morning after bars closed. And I'm presuming no one in Waukesha took part in World Naked Gardening Day Saturday? At least I didn't see any freezing gardeners in my neighborhood.
It was my first time at Mukwonago Park and I enjoyed what I saw from under an umbrella. It was also the first time seeing Tim and his family since his dad left my workplace. It was good to meet his extended family and friends. He seems to have a good support group and was in a good mood despite the weather.
The light rain didn't do too much to dampen spirits yesterday. Everyone still enjoyed the walk.
Use the comment feature below to let us know what you did on Saturday. Did you do a walk or catch any fish?