Holy moly, this group is exhausting me! Go, go, go, always something going on. (We're having a wonderful time.) Lots of pictures here which are probably boring to most of you, but we've got to keep the rest of the clan that didn't make the trip updated.
The three look-a-likes. K, her daughter L, and Chicken Mama. C took us out to a lovely dinner a couple of nights ago and I'm kicking myself for not getting a picture of her on that night. She's our tall, willowy fashionista and looked elegant.
I can't even remember what day this was. C and I stayed home to hold down the fort while the rest of the crew went fishing. Above are Chicken Mama and K sorting things out upon their arrival back home.
The tired, dirty, sunburned and slightly worse for wear fishing group at the end of the day. A great time was had by all.
Yesterday was wood working day out at Chicken Mama's. C was in charge of enjoying the view from the deck up at the house. K (above) and I were the main stackers in the wood shed.
We had to occasionally call in a tall guy to get the topmost pieces in place. Above I had just suggested Chicken Mama go give B a big hug for all his help. They mutually decided they were both too sweaty and stinky for an honest-to-goodness hug, thank you very much.
Chicken Mama was removing screws and L was collecting them in an empty tin can. (I'm not sure what the goggles were for but she wore them most of the day.)
Hubby and B making a real dent in the pile.
Kind of an action shot at lunch. Hubby and B already into chowing down, me grabbing a stool on which to park my weary butt, and I'm not sure what K was doing.
A much needed afternoon water break. We lucked out with the weather. It was cooler than the day before but still plenty warm.
I think K and I must have each moved about 2,000 pounds of wood. At least. Maybe more. Maybe a lot more.
Chicken Mama insisted on a picture of her work force after four chain saws had gone dull, and we called it a day. We got about 6 cords of wood cut, and stacked under cover. Great day.