Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Monday March 14, 2011-Rayford Crossing RV Resort

We had a pretty uneventful day here at the park with the boys. Cameron played outside this morning after the rain stopped, and in the afternoon we went to Wal Mart and the grocery store to stock up for their visit. These two guys eat an amazing amount of food and absolutely LOVE to eat out. They made me take them to Red Robin for supper. They serve a good burger with several varieties available and rather spendy prices, but the boys like them and thats what counts!

When we came back home, Tommy called to tell us that our friend Keith and his wife Connie were having a campfire tonight and their son in law was singing. We went down and listened for awhile and had a very nice time with several of our friends.

This is Lynn, Keith and Connie's son-in-law, who entertained us tonight singing both old songs that several of us knew and also some that he wrote. He is an accomplished musician and has recorded some songs on a CD. Perhaps this will become one of the activities that is offered here at Rayford, much like the parks in the valley that have "jam nights". It might be something for Billy and Gwen to think about...

Tyler and Cameron went down to swim with a couple of their new friends from the park. Here is Tyler yelling at me not to take his picture because he is cold and doesn't want his picture in his bathing suit on Facebook. OK Tyler, it's not on Facebook but I didn't say anything about not putting it on my blog!

Here's a better shot of him after he got dressed. He allowed this photo to be taken but still doesn't want it on Facebook.

I know that everyone has been keeping up with the situation in Japan and that all of us are concerned about the long-term effects of the nuclear reactor leaks. We must all pray for the people that have been injured and killed and I hope that we can all learn from this incident. Hopefully this won't affect any present and future nuclear plants and we can all move forward from this event. We are experiencing very troubled times, with both natural and man-made disasters, the failure of governments, including the United States. Good luck and may God Bless us all.

So long.

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