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"It's a good idea to obey all the rules when you're young just so you'll have the strength to break them when you're old." -- Mark Twain

229--Wisconsin: The Sea Biscuit Chronicles
@ CherieSpotting     Aug 29 2004 - 16:27 PST
cherie writes: It may have been a language misunderstanding. Sam's family is from England where they go to the water closet, smoke fags, put tomato sauce on their hot dogs, and get pissed at pubs.

Perhaps Adrian, Sam's English Uncle, thought a "sea biscuit" was a tasty pastry served after a long day on the water. When offered a sea biscuit, he eagerly accepted.

The dictionary defines "sea biscuit" as a hard bread made only of flower and water. If a modern definition was included, it might say something like this:

Sea biscuit, n. An inflatable device dragged behind a boat at high speeds with screaming passengers. The boat driver's goal is to eject the victim off the sea biscuit while the rider holds on for dear life.

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Allison and Julie "get air" on the sea biscuit.

Allison and Julie "get air" on the sea biscuit.

What goes up, must come down (law of gravity.)

What goes up, must come down (law of gravity.)

Are you sure we are ready for this?

Are you sure we are ready for this?

Hold on!

Hold on!

Big Brother (Jamie) gets sweet revenge.

Big Brother (Jamie) gets sweet revenge.

Adrian tries a "sea biscuit" with his sister Miranda.

Adrian tries a "sea biscuit" with his sister Miranda.

Fortunately, they live to tell the tale.

Fortunately, they live to tell the tale.

The two Kevins at rest. *Photo by Jean.

The two Kevins at rest. *Photo by Jean.

Dockside fun.

Dockside fun.

Cherie and Renee.

Cherie and Renee.

How can you tell this is a father and son?  It's the shoes.

How can you tell this is a father and son? It's the shoes.

There's the sun, Dustin!

There's the sun, Dustin!

Ben smiles.

Ben smiles.

Margaret likes it.

Margaret likes it.

There's no such thing as too big of a smile.

There's no such thing as too big of a smile.

Hold on Cherie and Renee.

Hold on Cherie and Renee.

Where's Cherie?

Where's Cherie?

One more try--hang on tight!

One more try--hang on tight!

The lonely sea biscuit.

The lonely sea biscuit.

Nancy and Shirad.

Nancy and Shirad.

Ben and Jean.

Ben and Jean.

Ben and Jean getting air.

Ben and Jean getting air.

Where's Jean?

Where's Jean?

Sam buttons up the ski boat.  Let's use the pontoon boat!

Sam buttons up the ski boat. Let's use the pontoon boat!

Woman at the wheel!

Woman at the wheel!

Carter and Nancy.

Carter and Nancy.

Cherie and Jean, lucky friends.

Cherie and Jean, lucky friends.

Renee takes a photo.

Renee takes a photo.

Safe, back on the dock.

Safe, back on the dock.

Sitting on the dock of the bay (not wasting time.)

Sitting on the dock of the bay (not wasting time.)

Charlie wants to go outside.

Charlie wants to go outside.

Good friends, good food.

Good friends, good food.

Katie and little Sam.

Katie and little Sam.

Baby you should be in pictures.

Baby you should be in pictures.

Dolly and John.

Dolly and John.

Ladies!

Ladies!

After a day on the water, those ladies know how to clean up for a proper dinner.

After a day on the water, those ladies know how to clean up for a proper dinner.

Black and white.

Black and white.

Sam, the groom and photographer.

Sam, the groom and photographer.

Greg, Dustin, Sam and Shirad.

Greg, Dustin, Sam and Shirad.

Jean and Dustin.

Jean and Dustin.

Renee and Greg.

Renee and Greg.

Shirad and Julie.

Shirad and Julie.

Sam, Margaret, Allison and Cherie.

Sam, Margaret, Allison and Cherie.

Margaret and Allison.

Margaret and Allison.

Girls, girls, girls.

Girls, girls, girls.

Ready for dinner?

Ready for dinner?

Let's eat!

Let's eat!

Delicious food.

Delicious food.

Julie, Shirad and Jamie.

Julie, Shirad and Jamie.

Watch my eyes disappear.

Watch my eyes disappear.

Stephanie, Jamie, and Margaret.

Stephanie, Jamie, and Margaret.

Lovely smiles.

Lovely smiles.

Katie and little Sam.

Katie and little Sam.

On the way back to the cabin.

On the way back to the cabin.

Party in the boat house.

Party in the boat house.

What can they say--It's love.

What can they say--It's love.

Now that's a woman who knows how to have fun.

Now that's a woman who knows how to have fun.

Sam and Peter.

Sam and Peter.

The boat house.

The boat house.

The guys ready to sail.

The guys ready to sail.

Celebrating love.

Celebrating love.

Who weighs more?

Who weighs more?

Why are the kids so quiet?

Why are the kids so quiet?

Carter must be hungry.

Carter must be hungry.

Adrian and Miranda, brother and sister.

Adrian and Miranda, brother and sister.

Sleeping.

Sleeping.

Sam and Margaret.

Sam and Margaret.

Dessert anyone?

Dessert anyone?

Two kids.

Two kids.

Where do you buy a hat like that?  The Wampum Shop?

Where do you buy a hat like that? The Wampum Shop?

Sam and Nancy.

Sam and Nancy.

Jean and Margaret.

Jean and Margaret.

Renee and Cherie.

Renee and Cherie.

Sam and Jean.

Sam and Jean.

The guys.

The guys.

The girls.

The girls.

Steve and Greg.

Steve and Greg.

Cherie, Sam and Allison in front of the portable beer truck.

Cherie, Sam and Allison in front of the portable beer truck.

Children are happiness (when they aren't crying or fighting.)

Children are happiness (when they aren't crying or fighting.)

Three generations.

Three generations.