As I am sitting down to write this, it's pouring outside, yet the sun is out. There must be beautiful rainbow in the area. I can also hear thunder rumbling and lightning claps; doing the counting and thus feeling that it's okay to stay on the computer in order to write this.
Arlene Harrington had visitors again on Tuesday, July 23. Dory Hallman, Irene Seddon and Arlene had a great time together. Actually, sorry Arlene, yet need to say that aside from family, who could not have a great time with Arlene?
Bettyann Hastings told me that that her son-in-law Jack Warwick and Brad came from Milford, R.I. on Monday, July 22. He brought his new, beautiful boat and took Sonny out fishing on Richardson Lake. Sadly they didn't catch anything, yet most important, had a great time. Bettyann has spent some days at Small Point and will go back. Also, their daughter Ellen, husband Scott Franklin and children Kathryn, John and Summer from Texas, were here visiting. They had a great time and also visited with friends, yet not enough time to see all.
Trappers Weekend is approaching fast and I, for one, am looking forward to it for various reasons. Actually, someone made the remark that this also signals Fall.
The proud Oma (a German version of grandma, nana, etc.) I am. Hayli caught a 3-pound 19-inch bass Sunday!!! Way to go, Sunshine.
As usual, here is my info again to get in touch with me. Call 824-3220 or e-mail email@example.com. I really do feel honored to be your East Bethel columnist. A special thank you to all the readers far and away. I do appreciate all the support.
Well, time for the new Trivia and this one is dedicated to my "most likely to have the answer" reader. Should be an easy one, I think. In February, 1968, who was rewarded a TV set by whom?
Talk to you next week again.