Thursday, June 30, 2011

Wednesday June 29, 2011-Addison Oaks County Park

We woke to another chilly morning, not complaining, just saying...

It's still pretty empty around us but that's going to change today. We learned that Ted and Donna will be here a little after noon, so we went for a ride to another of the small towns around here, Romeo. I found a couple more tools that I may need to geet the tire changed and bought them. Donna had told me that Ted would help me change it when he gets here. We just rode around the area looking at all the nice houses and yards and came on back to the park.

Donna called about 1:30 that they had arrived but were being told that the park was just about full. I went outside and looked around and found at least 13 sites with nothing in them and no tags being displayed and told her this. She argued with the same two girls that had given Stella such a hard time. The two sites on one side of us were empty and apparently open, but she said site #2, which was only three sites away was the only one available in the whole park. I told her it was a good site and they took it. She wrote down all the empty sites and said she intends to write a letter to the county commissioner to tell him how the park is being run.

They got all set up and we sat outside with them for awhile. We came back home but were ready to go to Ted and Donna's daughter, Kara's house for supper. She had fixed some delicious meatballs and spaghetti with a berry cobbler for dessert and we all enjoyed our meal. We all went to watch Ted and Donna's grandson Sam play baseball. Sam got a good hit and we were surprised to see much different rules for the game than we are accustomed to back in Texas. We all had a good time watching the game, and came on back here to the park when the game ended.

We sat outside chatting until after 11 o'clock. It was very chilly tonight and Donna got wrapped up in a blanket over her legs and a jacket. I'm sure that my friends back in Texas will be calling me dirty names right about now.

Ted and I decided to jump on changing my flat the first thing in the morning. It should be a bit easier with both of us working on it. I can't wait....:>)

So long.

1 comment:

Barbara said...

COOL in Texas is anything under 100 degrees now.