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    st. croix river dinner cruise

    we just got back from a 2 hr paddleboat dinner cruise on the st croix river. as we had never done anything like this before, and i thought it would be a nice time before her surgery on the 25th. dinner was very good, and it was a nice, quiet, relaxing time on the river.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 01 scenery.jpg   02 scenery.jpg   03 scenery.jpg   04 outhouses.jpg   05 scenery.jpg  

    06 water.jpg   07 scenery.jpg   08 scenery.jpg   09 house.jpg   10 scenery.jpg  

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    pics pt 2....
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    16 scenery.jpg   16 lift bridge.jpg   17 lift bridge.jpg   18 lift bridge.jpg   19 lift bridge.jpg  

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    Looks like a nice evening!
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    Looks like a nice time. I really liked the sunset photos. The lift bridge looks cool, too.

    By the way, those aren't outhouses in picture #4. That's one of those new condoboats. Sort of like a houseboat, but cheaper and more crowded.
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    Nice Dan. I like a good Dinner boat night out. If you ever plan to visit to DC there is a dinner boat that is a excellent even on the Potomac that takes you buy all the monuments.
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    Dan good for you. Dinner and a boat ride, what a pleasant way to spend time with the one you love.
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    That looks like a great time!!

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