Another summer has almost come and gone, with less than 3 weeks left for us. Overall it’s been a good summer, once we got past the flooding, snow and rain. It’s also been bittersweet, as we’ve given notice that this is our last summer here, as Area Managers for AL&L. This is our fourth year here and with three previous years at Ledgefork Campground, two others at Meteor Crater andplus the Escapee Parks we workamped at, we’re ready for some free time during the summer to travel. We look forward to more exploration of and , new adventures in northern and , and attending Summer rallies. With all the family around, and will always be on our map to visit on our travels.
As many of you know, we had a goal of hitting our 1,000th geocache by
our 10th anniversary of fulltime Rving on 9/ll. We hit and passed that
goal this month and currently have 1,026 finds. We know new geocaches
await us as we continue Rving.
Gary has had fun with the
Senior Center pool tournaments this summer, placing in almost all of
them. It’s the only time he has a chance to play, so he’s looking
forward to getting back to town and daily playing, and then to
with pool tables close by. He also continued playing golf on his old
league in Evanston, once a week. Currently they are in 1st place with 2
weeks to go.
I entered several quilts in the Fair, held in . I
was most pleased to win two Reserve Grand Champions and one Grand
Champion. I learned how to do redwork embroidery by hand last winter,
so was surprised when my redwork sampler quilt took an Overall Grand
We enjoyed having
friends Julie and George come by to camp for a few days, as well as
local family and friends that took the time to camp with us this
summer. That’s always what we enjoy most and will most assuredly miss
the most too.
Please don’t mail anything to us in Evanston,
after the first of September. We’ll move into town in mid-September and
hope to be on the road around the 20th. When we leave here, we’ll
head for to renew our driver’s licenses and visit the Badlands and Crazy Horse. Then we’ll work our way South through and . We’re aiming to arrive back at our winter home at Rover’s Roost, in sometime in October.
Dancing through Summer,
Hugs, Katy, Gary, Rusty and Spicy