Friday, December 21, 2007

Christmas in Florida

So, this is how they do it in Zephyrhills, Florida. You can see some of the carolers thought it a bit cool and wore sweaters! (It must have been in the 60's for goodness' sake!) Our love and condolences to you guys back in Michigan!


"Here we go a-caroling..!" The reindeer to the left is Rudolf, and the reindeer to the right is Olive. (You know, like in the song, "Olive, the other reindeer...")


Kalimba, harmonica, guitar, fiddle, and off camera to the right--auto harp!
Judy played the jingle bells and took the pictures.


What's wrong with this Christmas picture?


There's a smart Alec in every crowd and at every age!
Some things you can just count on! Ain't it great?!

We had lots of fun with the folk from Country Aire Village. We even got cookies at some of the stops, which made it a little tough for our harmonica player, Percy!
Percy also lent us the use of his computer when we couldn't get ours to work.
Thanks, Perce!  You're our hero!

Merry Christmas, everyone!

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Our Great Adventure begins...

This update is under construction.  Just check out the pix and come back when we have the story filled in!

 Judy, standing among the giants at Hartwick Pines as we left Michigan.


 A Michigan rest area with a road workers theme...


Some of the folks at Town & Country Church in Shelbyville, In. 



Our hostess in Nashville, our lovely youngest "child," Jordan (a musical force to be reckoned with!)
(The old man with her is The Old Man.)



           Christmas Village at Stone Mountain, Ga.

Eight lanes of EEEEK!
Who knew Atlanta rush hour started before 3:30 on Friday afternoon?!  Everyone but us. 
(The sheepish figure in the foreground has been our dashboard sentinel for many years.) 


Judy and Whitt at The Crimson Moon Cafe, Dahlonega, Georgia.

We promise more to come soon, so come back later, okay?
(If you haven't been here before, check out the past updates...Previous reports are more interesting and complete.)