Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Bob & Lynda 50th at the Pig Roast

Bob had the park sign touched up.  What a difference!  Looks great, Bob!

All of these pictures were submitted by Jerry.  In the last post, I wasn't aware that this year's event was also a celebration of Bob and Lynda's 50th Wedding Anniversary!   We'll all add our Congratulations!!

Foil is off, piggy is browning nicely

Smokers are going with other goodies

Don & Don building up an appetite. 

Blackie singing his heart out

Just looking at this makes me hungry!

Beatuiful Cake, for a very Special couple!

A "Touch of Class"

Always our Host and Hostess, but today, they are the "Guests of Honor".   Congratulations on 50 years of marriage, Bob & Lynda.

Celebration Dance.  Is this the Father of the Bride?

A happy Bride and Groom

Elston & Lois share a dance.  Jerry's Jammers provide the music.
Jerry, thanks for yet another great day, and thanks for the pictures too.

Monday, February 18, 2013

China Day Parade, San Felipe, Pig Roast 2013

Almost every morning you can find the "coffee & BS" session in front of Jerry's house.  Laurie took this great shot!  We don't get much rain, but when we do, it cleans the street!

Laurie Hansen donated these pictures for the blog.  Pat and I have had company and have missed a lot of the activities.  Hopefully, we'll be around the a few more before the season is over.  Thanks Laurie!

Anna had the best costume!  She almost looks like a real China Lady! :-)

Some of the park residents took a trip to San Felipe, Mexico.  I know Jerry has some more pictures, I'll see if I can get them and add them tomorrow

Marlene negotiating with a vendor

Looks like a good time.  The next pictures were at Jerry's Jam and Pig roast

I think we're back in the park now.
The morning of the Pig Roast, Rod was going to a Benefit Jam.  He looks like he was going to preach!

Pig on a spit

The pig starts early.  By feeding time, there will be plenty of food for everyone.

Bob and Lynda.  Sunset.

Blackie, but not sure where he's singing.  I'm hoping Jerry and others will get more pictures to me to add on this blog.  If you have some, I'll be happy to add them.  Most of these were taken from Laurie's camera.