This photo is all the chairpeople for the many, many activities of February FolliesThe highlight of the week was Victor's Fashion show, when men of the Co-Op strutted the runway. All dollar bills went to the funds raised as well. We do have fun, as you can see by Chuck, the Bachelor (note the rose), and yours truly with her dollar.
The next week was the health fair and blood draw. You can see me cooperating with this task.
Working has severely impacted my time to quilt, but I have beaded a lttle more. A few of us gals made a beading sojurn out to shop for beads and of course have lunch. Here you see Bonnie, Gwen and myself checking out the beads. Thanks to Carol for taking the picture.
As friends started to leave for the season, get-togethers were the norm of the day. We were fortunate to have friends Doug, Toni, Joan, and Ken over one evening with Ken playing guitar and all of us singing along. Unfortunately wind, prevented a campfire that evening, but we had many fires on our patio throughout the winter.
We attended a local geocaching event last week and picked up some new caches as well as meeting some of the local cachers and getting a chance to put faces to the names we see in the logs. Leap day found 10 of us from our park caching out at North Mountain Park. What better to do with an extra day of the year than geocache?
Now our focus is on packing and getting ready to head North. Please do not mail anything else to our Casa Grande address. We plan on leaving here May 5th, heading north. You can either use our SD address or Riki's address, 401 Twin Ridge, Evanston, Wy 82930. We're going to boondock our way though Flagstaff, Lake Powell, Bryce, the Burr Trail, and Capital Reef on our way to meet Gary's sister Pam, and her husband Jim at Goblin Valley State Park in Utah. They're our favorite camping buddies and we look forward to spending several days with them.
Graduations will the the start of our summer, as Gary's grandson Jentry graduates from Herriman High School in Salt Lake City on May 31, and my grandson Keegan graduates from Evanston High School June 2nd. To our many Elk's friends, we say thank you, as Keegan was awarded a Legacy Merit scholarship from the Elks. We don't have any set plans for summer, but are looking forward to visiting old friends and family. If any of you get close to Evanston, Wyoiming, or Salt Lake City, Utah, please give us a call at 307-679-8818, or send an email and we'll meet for coffee. We always enjoy showing our area of the country off, if you can stay a few days.
Dancing toward Summer, 2012,................, Hugs, Katy, Gary, Rusty, and Spicy