To continue, three tote boxes full of yarn, a fanny pack, a backpack, a carryon piece of luggage, a tote box full of ball caps and other various styles of hats AND two portable camp chairs. Whew! I think that's it! I think the neighbors thought we were having a yard sale--but no, just cleaning out the cargo area. (Hm-m-m-m, I think I should have put a yard sale sign out while she was gone to the car wash place, says E.) Well, we need this stuff. It all stays in the back with the two rear seats folded up to the front ones. We're like a lot of full timers, we don't have room to take anybody with us in the car because of all this STUFF! You want to go somewhere with a full timer, you'll have to drive yourself there to meet them because they don't have any room in the car for you! (But WE'D make room for YOU, we'd just dump everything back at the site under the rig, says E.) Yep, that's right, we would!
We had a great time at Eldy's son's house last night--We saw Eldy's kids-- Kristi and Brian and their spouses, Ted and Lori. Eldy's brother Gary and his wife Michelle came to see us, too. We saw the grandkids, played with the grandkids, watched a little football (Eldy watched a LOT of football with his brother, son and friends) and we ate a lot of great snacks that Lori fixed. The kids had a GREAT time with some neon toys. They decorated themselves and had a great time amusing themselves for more than an hour with these neon tubes that could be extended and connected and made into necklaces and bracelets. The boys were just as interested as Cate was. We've seen those at fairs and festivals--great idea, whoever thought of those things! It kept the kids busy for a LONG time!
The fellas watched the game out in the garage with a heater going, while some of us gals braved the chilly setting as well. It didn't seem to bother the "baldies!"
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