Next up was grilled kabobs on the grill for lunch.
The next day was the big event. Bruce, Debbie, and Richard, and Richard's wife, Lisa, came up from Pensacola. Kip and Rita came from Alabama. As the morning went on, others came. I think we had 20 all together.
Kenny traded his guns for a rod and reel and look at the results!
This year we had four generations at the reunion. This picture shows our oldest cousin, June, holding her great-grandson, Jackson. Next to June is her daughter, Ginga, and then Austin, Ginga's son and Jackson's dad. Oh! And with June attending this year. . . I was not the oldest cousin there!!!
After a fun day together, we packed up and another cousins reunion had come to an end. Some of us headed over to the vacation home of Rita's in-laws. It overlooks a beautiful lake with that wonderful deck that sits above the water. What a great place to relax, watch the clouds go by and listen to the birds sing. Thanks, Rita and Kip, for inviting us again this year.
Before heading back to Rochester, I spent a couple of days here with Rita after everyone else went home. Another wonderful vacation.
Sandy, our "adopted" cousin and my cousin, Pam's, friend invited me to come to a mountain retreat he owns in Tennessee this summer. I told him he wouldn't have to beg me to do that! Hope to see you soon, Sandy and Pam!!!