Winter is coming. The camper has been moved up back out of the way for Frank Perham to plow the snow. It will come quicker than we wish.
At the West Paris Universalist Church on Sunday, Oct. 31,
Robert Clifford will lead the service at 9 a.m. Jim Burke is organist. All are welcome.
The Longaberger Basket Bingo will be held at the Locke Mills Legion Hall benefit of the West Paris Universalist Church on Oct. 31. Doors open at 11 a.m. and the Bingo starts at 12:30. Refreshments will be available. Come join the fun and win a filled basket.
Allen and Myrna Lamb returned to Spokane, Wash., on Saturday and granddaughter, Amber, returned to Colorado on Monday. During the week they were here we drove to Lamoine stopping at Augusta to have lunch with Peggy Lamb and she joined us. Daughter Jude and her husband, Rob Collins, had prepared roast pork for supper and we spent the night with them.
Wednesday was a trip to Arcadia National Park. We walked to the top of Cadillac Mountain and of course I went up too. It was a perfect day, clear and sunny and cool. After a nice lunch at Jordan Pond House the gang walked around the pond and up Bubble Mountains. I sat in the car and read and napped. They were out about two hours.It was a beautiful trip even though the leaves were browning and dropping. We had supper again with Jude and after leaving Peggy in Augusta arrived back in West Paris about 9:30. It was so good having so many family members together for all enjoy each visiting with the others.
Before Amber left she helped me do a few things around the house that one arm couldn't do such as taking the screens out of the storm doors and replacing them with the glass. Now let it snow!
Muffin was given a whole can of food just before we left to go down East. I hope she did not eat it all at once. Of course she always has plenty of dry food and a large bowl of water so there would be no need of her going hungry.