Saturday we attended the"Foley Harbor Days" fair on the common in Foley. There were demonstrations about early life in this area, including Indian enactments performed by children in authentic native dress. There were the usual old farm tractors and equipment, train museum, and a live blue grass band. Saturday evening we went out to dinner with our neighbors Paul & June. They will be leaving in the morning to visit their children in Tampa, Fl. We ate at "Big Daddy's Fish Camp". We returned to the RV and they joined us here for a game of "Mexican Train" dominoes. Sunday we are up at 7:30, early for us. After breakfast there were hugs etc. as Paul & June were all hitched up and ready to leave. We will miss them. Today we toured the coast west of here. We followed the coast south and east till we arrived at Weeks Bay. They have an estuary with elevated walkways and a visitor center. We had a bag lunch at the picnic tables and walked the elevated walkway. They are about 2 miles long leading out to the edge of the bay. This was a very interesting walk and we saw birds close-up. This evening after dinner we attended the "Ice Cream Social" in the club house. The band"Lock Stock and Barrell" performed "Blue Grass". The band is great and will be back every other Sunday this winter.
Glenn and Sylvia Avery retired, sold our home of 14 years, purchased a Tiffin motorhome and went on the road full time. Nuts! Maybe but thats what we want to do.
We have 5 children and 10 Grandchildren and 1 great granddaughter spread out in 4 states.
Read along as we travel this great land.