The labor day weekend was a lot of fun. The weather was good, not overly warm but nice, until Sunday night when it started to rain, and it rained heavy at times. Saturday was a busy day, we first met up for breakfast at 9 in the morning over at Gail’s seasonal trailer. We had the standard, bacon, eggs, and all that. About 16 of us all toll. Below is a pic of my two best friends, Mike (cooking) and Donny (looking tired). Grew up with them both and after all these years, we are still great friends. In the back ground is Gail, Melissa’s friend, and Melissa, holding a hair dryer on the propane regulator, keeping it from iceing up, not sure why it did but it did.
After that fun, we met up with our RV buddies, Bill and Sandy. They were traveling back from Vermont visiting there daughter. We met them at the thruway exit, not far from us, and went to the Travel America restaurant there. Spent almost three great hours catching up. We may not see them again for another year. Bummer.
After that we went to my brother Jeff’s. He always has a labor day party. Got there about two or so. He always has an hour or so set aside to skiet shoot in the back. I shot twice hit 3 out of 5 the first time and 4 out of 5 the second time. Thought I did good for only once a year shoot. After that the annual kick ball game got under way. I always am the full time pitcher. I play hard for both sides. It was fun, as always. Then we visited with everyone, had dinner, lot of food and hung around till about ten or so. It did start to rain about seven or so and the party stayed in the garage. We then said our good byes, for the winter and went back to the RV. Pic below is of me and brother Jeff, two years younger than me. Yes, I am wearing a hat, a funny hat with long hair on it. It was the hit of the party. I thought I looked good, but I guess not.
Monday morning we had another breakfast with the gang and everyone packed up and headed home. A good time was had by all. Back at home base now and only a week left to go before we head down to Florida, for the winter.