Bob wasn't here to be our cook this time, but he said be sure to get the water boiling ahead of time. Mark and I gathered all the big pots we could find and follow as instructed? How is this Bob?
Deb and Brenda getting the things organized...
Don and Cheryl getting started with their eggs
Joe wants to know if there is a limit to how much can go in one's bag?
Into the boiling water....I hope everyone remembered to write their name on the bag.
Gina's contribution to dinner was homemade pecan waffles...
and wow, look at the choice of toppings!
You better hurry if you want one of Lynnette's homemade biscuits.
Now if you have been keeping up with this adventure, you know that we have to end every meal with dessert.
So Brenda made this wonderful frozen peanut butter pie...no wait,
She brought three pies!
Donnie, Karen, Donna, and Nolan, oh my, is that Mark in the kitchen doing the dishes?
Rod, Don, Cheryl, Kevin, Arlene, Lynnette, and Mac
Deb, Rod, Becky, Rodney, Jesse, and Ginger
Rollie, Gina, Brenda, John, Joe, and Sherri
Again, what a great evening with great friends...however, as this party ended several of us picked up and took the party to John and Brenda's motor home. We visited, talked, and laughed until way after quite time! Then we all said our good nights and headed to our own homes.
This morning when we woke, it was time to say our good-byes and see you laters to Rodney and Becky, Don and Cheryl, Mac and Nette, and Joe and Sherri.
What a great two weeks this has been. I am sorry it has been so cold and rainy these last several days, but today, as Mark and I made one last trip into Fredericksburg, I was encouraged as I saw
the first signs of a Texas spring!