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Church in the dark followed by sledding!

6 photos in this post. Sunday morning we awoke to snow! Real snow! First though it was time to get ready for church. When we arrived there was very little light. One of the phases was out. Our church owns the old Roy Rogers theatre here in Branson so it is a big building with two different phases of electricity. With no sound equipment we all crowded towards the front and then the lights went out... read more

First hike of the year :)

Wednesday was a glorious day. With temps heading up near 60, we decided that after breakfast we would all get out for some exercise and fresh air. Cycling to the trail head, the bikes were parked and, we headed out into the woods (Conservation Area). Hovis came with us and we hiked up to the Lookout Tower by Route 76 in Branson. Michelle wasn’t working so also came along. It was a WONDERFUL walk and... read more

Back in the Arts and Crafts business!

Last Wednesday we took a trip to the Lake of the Ozarks (Missouri) and came home with a new business, ABC Photo Art. As we viewed this business and talked with the then owners, Richard and I were totally overwhelmed and yet ready for the challenge. It’s a good job we bought the size trailer that we did as we came home with that thing loaded! Where to start? We honestly had no clue but knew we had to... read more

3 months worth of mail…..

We arrived back at Treasure Lake this afternoon, seven days short of 3 months since we left on September 10th, and 6231 miles later! Wow! We had a fantastic trip but it feels good to be home and it wasn’t very many minutes before we met some old friends who will also be wintering here. Michelle has been picking up our mail for us and paying in any checks. Most of the rest of it went in the bin! Only... read more

Thanksgiving and Christmas all rolled into one!

3 photos in this post. Not being able to be in Idaho for Thanksgiving and Christmas we decided to celebrate early. On Saturday we had everyone here for Roast Turkey etc. Yes, the oven in this fifth wheel was actually big enough to cook a 13lb turkey! VERY exciting! Christmas crackers were also on the menu. Fun! Here is Renzi pulling hers: Of course with the crackers came the traditional hats and gifts... read more

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