Kathy made us a terrific dinner - homemade beef vegetable soup and fresh biscuits. It was much appreciated. Afterwards we went for a short walk and retired to our cozy little home :)
Friday morning we got up and beat feet to the grocery store so I could get ice cream and crust for a peach pie I wanted to bake. We stopped and had breakfast at Waffle House - they have great breakfast specials! By the time we got back, George and Melva already had left for Parrish Ranch, and Ron & Kathy were rigging up too. About 15 minutes later we were on the road for the 10 miles to Parrish Ranch where we were greeted by some of the Columbine Caravan club. We settled in and were out socializing within 15 mins - wonderful weather and good friends, what more could you want.
Friday afternoon we had munchies as more and more rigs came in, then we were treated to the All American Hot Dogs - 10 cents each. What a great time we had - some of the guys sat around and watched some type of ball game, while some of us just enjoyed a very fine fire!
Saturday dawned crisp and clear, with peacocks roaming around as well as some turkeys roosting in the trees. Then the games began - a washer tournament started at 9:30, and David made it all the way to the semi-finals. Him and Cho came in second :( but had a good time. At lunch time there was a meeting, then at 1:30 the bean bag tournament started!
After the tournament folks scurried around and we had a cream can dinner - with dessert!
We had entertainment for the evening, a very talented lady named Bobbie Bell - she plays and sings mostly 50's songs, and a good time was had by all. We managed part of a 'Tennessee Waltz' then we went home. We hit the feathers pretty early, but we were bushed!
Bobbie BellSunday the Caravan treated us to wonderful muffins, fruit and dessert. Yum...then, as usual, people started packing up and heading out. We kept chatting with different people, until only Ron & Kathy and us were left - they went to a birthday party and we had a late lunch. We finally left Parrish Ranch about 3 pm...drove back to Cheyenne and up on our little pad.
To all our friends, old and new, thanks for the memories!