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President's Newsletter

September 2020

Marilynn Harris

I can't believe it is September already; but I have to admit even with everything going on around our world, our group with Time to Travel Sams has not missed out on summer. We had thirty people present at our meeting at Storey Park on Thursday August 20th. It was a fun meeting, we even had two new guest, Don and Jeanine Schmidt who will also be joining us in Whitebird for the Hammer Down Adventure jet boat trip. Larry and Suzanne Craig brought us two kinds of yummy grapes from their front yard, thank you.

Our outing at Village of Trees in Declo was also great event. The camp ground is a beautiful facility, and there is so much to see around that area. Several of us ventured out to have lunch in Rupert, and we also visited Walcott Lake, Burley, Minidoka, Albion, Almo, and The City of Rocks. The Idaho landscape has something to offer for everyone.

Check out these photos from the campout.

Thank you, Kathy, Jack, Monica, Ken, Jerry, Linda, Bonnie, and Tim for the wonderful potato bar, salad and dessert for our Tuesday meal. The Wednesday morning breakfast was fantastic with, biscuits and gravy, sausage, eggs, and fruit. Thank you, Sandy, Warren, Bert and Ron. A special thanks goes to Bob and Sharon France for introducing us to Danish Ableskivers. Everything was delicious.

Wednesday night we had dinner at the Cheese Factory where they serve the best ice cream in Idaho. Thursday was a day of sightseeing, and a dinner barbecue with lots of specialty salads, vegetables, Sweet Shelly grapes and desserts. The evening was topped off with a competitive game of baseball. Thank you, Vickie and Terry Eisenbeisz for the beautiful new baseball board that you made for us to use. It was so nice. It certainly made one team the winners!

I will send out a reminder next week of everything that is needed for the upcoming trip to Swiftwater RV Park on the 15th.

Marilynn Harris

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