Since the eye problems prevented us for working at the camp in Indiana, this will be our first project in quite some time. It is also the first time in awhile that we will be working with other new-to-us couples. Our family of Nomads friends keeps getting larger all the time. By late afternoon all 6 rigs were parked and we had brief hellos as we got settled. We will all go to church services, have lunch together, and begin to get to know one another soon.
The weekend prior to Thanksgiving was spent putting up outside lights at Paula’s. She “recruited” us to help. It took us two days! Here is Bob doing surgery on a broken Santa.
Last weekend was Thanksgiving and our niece, Tomie, was home for the long weekend. There were 7 of us at Paula’s for the holiday, and enough food for the whole neighborhood. Some of Tom’s kids and grandkids stopped for a visit later in the day.
Glendale has a festival in the original downtown area at this time of year which they call “Glendale Glitters”. Many decorative lights are hung throughout a park near city hall and the park is filled with food and craft tents. Many dance schools perform there as well, including one that one of Tom’s granddaughters is part of. One of the activities was an area set up to play in the snow for $2. Food for thought you Minnesotans!