Isn't the summer going quickly? Too quickly for me.
Had another enjoyable trip to the Montpelier Reunion. I believe it was the biggest yet. It was surely nice to see so many of our old friends and make new ones.
The TNT had two very enjoyable afternoons for us which were quite different. One Thursday a group or nice looking young women put on a musical skit which was right down my alley, named 'School Days'. It was very cute and entertaining. They were later in the parades on a float, too.
Then on Friday a Fashion Show was put on for us of McCalls patterns that could be made from feed bags. These are always catching to a woman's eye, young or old.
These Reunions not only mean new friends for Elmer and me but to Marsha also.
She can hardly wait until Kinzer time. It was at Montpelier she met a girl her own age several years ago from North Carolina-Verda Jane Idol. Ever since letters have been exchanged and when possible get togathers. Now this year we are hoping to have her as our house guest, which pleases both girls very much. So you see the delight of acquaintances to lasting friendship can develop through these Reunions for youth as well as older folks which all leads to making the road of life a little more happy and brighter.
We no more than got home and washed our clothes and we were Right now we are in a Connecticut on the road again.
State Park on Long Island Sound, camping over the July 4th week-end. Here we are not only off the busy highways but we can enjoy some seashore life too which Marsha and 1 particularly like.
We are hoping to continue our travels into other New England States in the next two weeks. We must be back home the last week of July so our girl can go to Church Camp which she thoroughly enjoys.