Here's my Vince cooking breakfast for us. This has kind of turned into a tradition of sorts when we're there. This time he cooked in the kitchen, but all the other times he cooks on the porch with his portable camping stove. It's a good way to wake up all the boys when they are there with us. Doesn't this look delicious? It's another good reason that I enjoy the campground - breakfast is served. :)
We also enjoy riding our golfcart around. These pictures are of one of the lakes - such a beautiful, peaceful place to just sit and look around.
Vince took this picture of me - I'm talking to Bobby on the phone explaining how to work the dishwasher.
This is me too.
While riding around, we came across this fancy golfcart - pretty cool. I wonder if it has one of those 'ah-oo-ga' horns.
Back at the trailer looking at our front gardens and finding that they need weeding and cleaning . Here are a couple decorative stones I made. All you need to create these is cement, a couple of the aluminum baking pans from the Dollar Tree and some glass gems. You can also use river stones. Mix the cement - pour into the pan and then add your decorations. Let the cement harden and then pop it out of the baking pan. Easy, peasy.
The S K Y stands for Stoneman, Kennedy and Yorston - my sister, my daughter and us.
Of course I got some crocheting done - just a little though. I think I made 4 or 5 other little circles after this picture was taken.
We also went to the Super Walmart to get groceries and you know I had to check out the yarn aisle. Not much really, but I did pick up 5 skeins of RHSS that were on sale for $2.00 each.
After the Walmart shopping, Vince stopped into Dick's Sporting Goods to look for a mirror for the golfcart, and right across the street was the biggest Joann Fabrics I've seen so far. You know I had to go in and check it out. I behaved myself and only bought a circle punch and 2 skeins of Bernat Pipsqueak.
All in all, we had a great time even though it was only 2 days. We need to go more often. :)