Condolences to the families of Sheila Head and Claudette E. Floyd with thoughts and prayers to each family member.
The band spent eight hours in the recording studio yesterday recording our first CD. The band has been together for six years and we have had so many ask for a CD, so we decided it was time to record one.
Get well wishes are going out to Bob and Sharon Hutchins, Ivan Smith, Rodney Allen, Gerry Smith, Lorilei Cooper and Polly Allen. Our prayers for a very speedy recovery for each one.
Yogi called on Bob and Sharon Hutchins, Thursday. They all drove bus for Telstar several years ago and had not seen each other for several years.
I enjoyed a hot bowl of haddock chowder and hot cup of decaf coffee at the new All American Tavern in West Paris (Snow Falls Restaurant). I had the pleasure of meeting the owner. The chowder was great and the decaf was just the way I like it, not too strong and not too weak. Stop by and check out their many great meals; they have a daily special as well.
Getting things done outside before the cold weather sets in. I am hoping for a mild winter without too much cold or snow. Yes, enough snow to keep the snow travelers and skiers happy.
Many of our snowbirds are already heading to warmer climates, safe travel mercies to each one on their long journey. We will miss each of you but have a great winter and stay in touch.
Craig has a new job, he is back hauling wood, a job he loves doing.
Did you remember to get your flu shot? I am getting mine today, along with the whooping cough shot – had my shingles and pneumonia shots three years ago, so I am all set on those.
Many from the valley took cattle and horses to the Fryeburg Fair. Best of luck to each of them.
That is all from the valley this week. Enjoy your week and the fall foliage.