Bill and I picked up Ed Allard, Jeanne Nelson and Alice Knox to go to the fireman's breakfast. Dave and Sherry had Ed, Sandy and Joe in their truck. They had pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee for breakfast. No charge, just a boot to make a donation in. The firemen invited us to attend the town festivities which included a parade, free lunch and games.
The town of Gillette has a public garden. Individual plots are laid out for the local citizens.
The town had a city parade but we had things going on back at the Cam-Plex. Walking through the doors of Spirit Hall, you could smell the next event. It was a chili cook-off and did it smell good.
Unfortunately, the chili cook-off started at the same time as the pet parade. I picked the pet parade instead of the chili only because my husband makes the best chili and no one can compare with his.
The pets were all well behaved. I was amazed that I didn't hear any dogs barking or snarling at each other.
Didn't this look like a family photo?
And last but not least, none of the dogs noticed it was a cat.
I'll post the dinner, banquet and fire works story tomorrow.