Well, it's been a few months since we updated our blog. Blame it on Facebook or just plain laziness. We have had a busy spring and summer. When we left the Yuma area we went to Tempe, AZ to work for six weeks at the baseball stadium where the Anaheim (California) Angels have their spring training. It was fun and exciting. We worked in a food concession stand selling overpriced hot dogs and beer. Since leaving Tempe, we have visited with friends in Tucson, Benson and Los Cruces. Traveling across Texas we stopped in Tyler for a week to see our niece Rachel and her lovely family. We are now at Ft. Yargo State Park in Georgia where we have been doing volunteer hosting since early May. In two weeks we will leave here to travel north to Michigan for the rest of the summer. Here are a few photos to catch you up.
A group of Boomers traveled to Parker Az. in time to have a super bowl party enhanced by a rainbow.
Back to Yuma and a visit from grandson Dustin. Actually we just keep him around to keep Toby occupied.
A week in the Benson area to visit with some of Nan's classmates at Kearsley H. S. class of 1965.
The trip East with a stop in Tyler Tx. and a visit with niece Rachel and her wonderful family, Ivan, Maria and Jovan.
We arrived in Georgia in time to see our granddaughter Kaylee graduate from Loganville H.S.
Fort Yargo's own Fishing Bridge.
We'll close with a sunset over Marbury Lake on Georgia's Ft. Yargo State Park.