Tuesday, May 23, 2023

"Yes, and hey, it's good to be back home again." Back Home Again by?

The first person I saw in concert. His song certainly fits with our past month. I have no desire to move back to Iowa, but yes John Denver, "...it's good to be back home again." Can't thank Sally and Mike enough for letting us park our RV at their house and totally opening their home to us! It was great to spend time with Pat's Mom, Mary, and the rest of his family.

Our trip ended with the High School graduation of our youngest nephew, Colton.  Doesn't seem possible! Next year we will see the last graduation of nieces and nephews. Then we will start graduating grandkids. That's just bizarre!

I'd sure hate to be the one to clean up all of that confetti!

Our son and daughter-in-law, Eric and Toni, with Emma, 2nd runner-up up in the Miss Teen Strawberry Pageant.

Last Thurs. I had my kidney stone obliterated into dustlike particles that have hopefully left my body. Kidney stones aren't fun but actually neither are getting rid of them! Slow recovery process for me at least. 

Tuesday we left Ottumwa and began our journey West. First order of business is in Tucson, although we will be going there at an even slower pace than usual. First stop? Hamilton, MO. I appreciated that as I needed fabric for the back of a quilt.

Sisters on the Fly had a group at Missouri Star Quilt Co. for a retreat.

I had never heard of Sister's on the Fly (SOTF) before. It is an outdoor/adventure group with about 7,500 active members. They are known for their vintage trailers, although not all members are campers.
Where are the Piepers now? Hamilton, MO

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