When the meal was served it was truly fantastic. Then all too soon we were so stuffed there was no room for dessert. The guys cleared the table, filled the dishwasher, put away the food and Shelby washed the pots and pans as I dried them. Alan helped put things away.
There will be some awesome meals here for the next week... the left overs are plentiful. I'm only sad we will not be here to enjoy the continuing feast.
"Thanksgiving dinners take eighteen hours to prepare. They are consumed in twelve minutes. Half-times take twelve minutes. This is not a coincidence." -Erma Bombeck
On the way to Walla Walla we stopped in Kelowna to visit Shirley's mother and her sister Bobbie... plus we visited Mark and Carole. Mark has retired and has a wonderful passion for cycling. His main bike is titanium and weighs only 15 pounds... about half of most bikes. In his spare time he finds older bikes and fixes them up, repaints them and sells them.
I have been thinking a lot about getting into cycling since our visit. I think it will be a great way to get exercise without the abuse that running was doing to my body.
Friday morning early we will be rolling down the road towards Tucson... looking forward to warmer weather with some golf and pickle ball.