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I’m not sure I remember how to blog anymore. As we wave goodbye to everyone who is heading out, that old hitch itch raises it’s ugly head. However, we can’t leave here until the end of May so I spend time looking at places I’d like to check out.
Rod has moved to a rehab center so he can regain his strength before he begins his cancer treatments.
We went to lunch out in Glendale with good friends, Carol and Doug. I’m terrible about taking pictures anymore but we had a great visit with them. They are heading north the middle of April and we may just meet up again this summer.
Easter was a quiet day. We went to Church in the morning, took a nap in the afternoon, and then Jim grilled us a steak for dinner.
Monday we met up with friends for lunch at our new favorite BBQ place – Can’t Stop Smokin’ BBQ. Thank goodness Jeri and Jan took a picture for us. Just look at all that good food.
Dan, Kay, Me, Jim, Terry, Jeri, Jan and Bill
Now for the exciting part of our week. Jim and Marv went fishing last Thursday. Thursday night was the park’s going away party and Marv planned on going. That mean the guys were going to be home around 5:00. Well, 5:00 came and went. And those of you who know me, know that I can panic very easily. My mind immediately starts to think the worse – the boat sank and they drowned, there was a collision on the water or on the road from the lake, one of them had a heart attack, and on and on. I tried to call Jim but it just went to voice mail. Turns out his phone had died.
I finally found Donna’s (Marv’s wife) phone number and she had gotten through to Marv. The guys were stranded in a cove on the lake with a boat that wouldn’t start. Eventually I got a text from Jim that said they were at the dock and headed home. Marv had finally found the problem – the battery cable had vibrated loose. Sure was glad to see him pull in.
The good news – Jim had a couple of fish to clean. After cleaning them on Friday he took them to our neighbors Bob and Donna who were really excited about having fish for dinner.
For those of you who are already heading north, safe travels.