About 3 am a terrible wind and rain came through the area.
One last trip under the archway. I could do that again next time we're in the area.
Bill did the driving today, but I offered to drive.
As soon as we were parked we were greeted by Ron and Paul, the wagon masters. This is the friendliest group we've ever been around.
Ron told us that they were cooking dinner. I asked what I could bring and he said nothing. They've been doing this
for the early bird people the last couple of years.
These were Ron's big balls.
Dinner included Ron's special ribs, beans, potatoes, rolls, cucumber salad, jello salad, and genuine Nebraska corn on the cob. It was delicious!
I think there were over 20 people for dinner and the rally doesn't start until tomorrow.
Les produced some yellow ropes and asked for a couple of volunteers for a rope trip. Paul and Ron agreed to be the guinea pigs. He "handcuffed" the two of them together and told them to get out of it without removing the ropes from their wrists. They were really in some contortions. We were all laughing so hard I didn't get very good picture. Even funnier after they finally gave up, Les couldn't remember right off the way to get out of them.
Did I mention that besides the great food this group also managed to have perfect weather?
It was a beautiful evening and we even had a July Nebraska style campfire. It was getting cool and reluctantly we we inside.
We're so looking forward to tomorrow when the rally begins.
My gnat trip is working.