Had some great food and even better the women beat the men at beanbag baseball. Way to go girls. Jan hit a homer and so did John. Pretty impressive guys.
Notice how everybody is trying to sit in the shade. It was in the upper 80’s and got plenty warm.
After the picnic we had an appointment to take Scootz (the black one) to the vet. She has an ear infection and we ran out of medication. Going to the vet is much more expensive here in AZ than it is in Billings, MT. I got an estimate from them to have Scootz teeth cleaned and they want $440 (which includes blood work). I called our vet in Billings and they want $188 (which also includes blood work). Think we’ll wait. The doc also found that Scootz has a heart murmur which he said is because she is getting older. Nothing to worry about yet but eventually could cause her some problems.
Dropped Scooter off and calmed Skittlez down. We left her home alone and she was an excited puppy when we got back. Picked up Karen and John and headed over to Superstition Skies. John and Karen were with us at the Rally and came over to stay at our park for the picnic. They were headed out on Thursday morning.
The snowbirds are definitely leaving in droves. Skies has been so swamped the last couple of months that lots of people couldn’t find a place to sit. Not this time. Lots of empty tables and a sign of times to come for the summer.
Jim, Sandie, Karen, John, Paul and Marsha.
We also met up with Paul and Marsha. What is so wonderful to me is the fact that even though we had not seen them for over two years, it was like being reunited with family again. Thanks to blogs, we have kept up with each other and stayed in touch. They are in the area for a couple of weeks and will actually be moving to our park on Monday so they can explore this area and do some hiking.
The second to the last song played is always Pretty Woman and all the women get out on the dance floor. The final song is Happy Trails. Sure will miss Brant & Kerry until next fall. But we did get one of their CD’s to play while we’re up north.
And just think – that all happened on Wednesday.