Construction is quiet for the weekend as we celebrate our national holiday. All the tonka toys are quiet waiting to rumble again come Monday.
Looks like they managed to get the whole sewer line filled in before leaving Thursday night.
Our last dirt storm had some pretty strong winds that blew all the pine needles around. Landscaping crews have been busy picking up the loose debris to keep the park neat even in the summer.....knowing by the time it is cleaned up, we'll likely have another storm. All their work is deeply appreciated.
Our dedicated pickleball players take it upon themselves to keep the courts ready for play. Here's Larry Gray and John Hennessey with hoses and brushes in the action.
|Photo by Avis Gray|
|Avis Gray & Steve Alexander posed for the camera.|
Why stay home to play cards when "Magic Mike" hits the box office. We were the first car load to arrive on opening day! We were ready for the action! :)
Saturday, July 4
Today we were treated to a typical Independence Day cookout. Even Lisa Harold was wearing an apron and helping to serve. From Left to Right: Donna Cox, Kathleen Heckel, Lisa Harold, MaryAnn Brown. We had great big hamburgers with all the trimmings, cole slaw, french fries, and dessert. Thanks!
Our summer crowd seems to be growing as today over 80 tickets were sold for lunch!
Tables looked nice and festive.
Have a great SAFE weekend!
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