I can't believe it's almost over. I know we are going to have withdrawal pains when we say goodbye to these great people. John and Ron were over early this morning and Ron noticed that our lawn chair was coming apart. He just went and fixed it. John checked out our coax and said we had a short in it. We already have it scheduled to go to Leach's on Tuesday.
Bill noticed he only had one pill left so off to Walmart to get his prescription refilled. We forgot about the time difference and had to wait until the Arizona store opened. It took about 5 minutes for them to fill it once the store opened. In Casa Grande sometimes it takes a day or two.
We got back in time to work on a beaded night light project which was provided for all the women.
At 2:30 all the vehicles lined up to go to the melodrama at The Denman Mary Mallory Kountze Memorial Theatre.
It was hilarious! The name of the melodrama was Spy Catcher. The audience threw popcorn, dollar bills, booed and cheered. There was a short intermission with a sing-a-long.
After the Melodrama we took a short drive in Mahoney State Park to the lodge for dinner.
The food was excellent and the company great. The state park was beautiful and overlooks the North Platte River.
Everyone grabbed a light jacket and sat around the fire all evening. You'd think we'd be all talked out by now, but not the case.
But the most important people I've saved for last. This wouldn't have happened if it weren't for these four people.
They put so much work and effort into making this such a fun event. I can't remember ever having such a good time.
Left to right: Ron and Mary Lictenberg and Paul and Jan Kelp. Thank you again for all your work.