Leaving the Farm on Father’s Day, we rambled on down to Aberdeen and spent a few days finishing up some projects at the park.
It was SO HOT and humid in Carolina…..more so than back in Montpelier and it was really HOT there!! So our Texas friends were smiling and saying “Just wait til you get to Texas…it’s really going to be hot and humid”. So, we’re thinking “O K, we’ll be well prepared for the heat and humidity in Livingston”. But…guess what? The hurricane that brushed Texas pulled all of the humidity and much of the extreme heat up to the Northeast…it has been almost delightful since we arrived! Makes for great walks in the evenings and most nights Kellie and I swim for a couple of hours…and it’s chilly when we get out!!! Who knew??? It’s beginning to get hot again, but so far the humidity has remained on the low side, making for some pleasant summer days.
I drove much of the way into Texas; Bob decided to share the wheel so I got lots of time in the seat. Easy travel days, and we headed to Lufkin to spend a little time with Keith and Donna…..
They are finally settled into their lovely new home; of course the cards came out and Hand N Foot ensued. The gals got stomped…really stomped. If you read Keith’s blog, you already know this!! There WILL be a rematch for sure!!
Arriving in Livingston on the 29th, we got our hugs from Tommie Sue, Harrell, Kellie and Walt. After settling in, we got to work on the advance planning for Escapade. These guys are just the best to work with; along with Bud and Cathie, we do a lot of brainstorming and feed off each other pretty well so there’s a lot of progress and a lot of fun going on!! Yes, lots more card games, and Bob says to make sure to say that I’m still not winning! But Kellie and I did have a victory one night….must have been brief because it’s long since forgotten…. And then there’s Farkle and bowling to add to the fun.
So life is pretty good in Livingston these days and the wheels will soon be rolling North…but so far we are loving this Texas weather!!!
Hugs to everyone!