Hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving. Ours brought many firsts for us- it was the first not spent with some family, we really missed the tradition of the family gathering. It was the first time we ate out, although I'm sure Wendy appreciated the first time not spent all day in the kitchen. For me the first not watching football, Wendy did say we could go find a bar to watch it.
We had planned cooking and even bought a big 8-1/2# bird to cook but when a co host asked if we wanted to go out we thought sure. We will cook up our bird later this week. It is taking up our whole freezer,)
We did have a nice dinner with Bob and Rose, they are camped in the other loop. Originally from Illinois, Bob has hosted here for 4 years. It is Roses first year as she continued working a couple more years. Also joining us for dinner was seasonal ranger Roger and his 19 yr. old son Nick. Nick does volunteer work in the park. They live in a state provided trailer in the campground.
Friday Wendy got to drag me to a local craft sale. Later we attended the Safford tree lighting. They will be having a lighted Christmas parade on Dec. 7. I'm sure it will be just like Mukwonago's parades, just smaller, oh and about 50 degrees warmer.
|Interesting small cemetery. Looked like a child was buried here. Yes those are swings.|