We get our last name misspelled a lot. :(
As we had always done when we lived there, we flew into Denver. Scott City is about midway between Denver and Wichita, but connections are always better in and out of Denver. This is something you don't see in California airports.
Part of the back yardDon is building Trudy a sewing studio. His friends tease him about building a "hen house," but it is going to be a really great studio. I can hardly wait to go back for a sewing weekend.
On Friday, we got to tour the high school, which has changed dramatically since our time there.
I think it would rival many junior colleges, with computer labs, beautiful classrooms, including amazing art, music, woodworking, etc., classrooms.
Mark even found a fellow Vikings fan.
Yes, that is a dirt floor...
It was SUCH a great weekend. It was July 4th weekend and we sat outside each evening and watched fireworks--they are allowed to shoot off fireworks from June 30 through the 4th.
Sue, Bill, Trudy, and DonThese four will always be among our very closest friends. We have been fortunate to see each other every few years and always seem to pick up right where we left off.
We drove back to Denver on Monday. My friend, Anne, and her husband, who live about 45 minutes from the airport, came and had dinner with us.
What's happening in your world?