However, it was a wet snow meaning when it was plowed, the roads stayed clear.
The committee was pleased that despite the snow there were still about 225 ladies in attendance – some from quite a distance. I talked to several ladies from West Virginia and some others from an hour or two away.
Part 2 tomorrow night.
Wednesday, January 21
We also saw a farmer rescuing his tractor and manure spreader. It slid off the road and down a steep embankment before stopping in the creek. It could have been a very dangerous situation, but it appeared that it did not roll – so I expect the driver is okay.
It’s been a snowy week – beginning with Wednesday, January 21
It was a beautiful, snowy day.
January 17 & 18
Now I can add Aunt Sheen to the list of names I respond to: Doris Jean, Doris, DJ, Jeanie, Aunt Jeanie, Mom, and Grandma.
This is the day each committee member fine-tunes their plans for the day – which is Saturday, June 27 this year.
There are some fun new events for this year – like an outside climbing wall for the children and teenagers.
We are discontinuing the evening light show due to safety reasons. We are all concerned about trucks moving into place and away from the grounds with so many people walking around.