Wednesday, April 3, 2013


Monday, April 1 - We've been enjoying our time here in Augusta spending time with Paul's brother, John and his family. We had a wonderful Easter with family and enjoyed an Easter egg hunt with the nephews. One forgets the energy young kids have.....what wonder filled years!

Graham found his special egg.graham

Hudson is so happy to find another egg.hudson

Noah found a big egg.

Marsha had fun giving the kids one egg at a time and having them open it to see what prize was inside.

marsha and boys

Marsha wanted to help in the kitchen, but isn't tall enough to see inside the oven. She is actually on her toes looking in.

marsha and john in kitchen

Thanks for a wonderful, fun Easter, John and Karen. The food was delicious and the company terrific.

We are in a holding pattern here in the South trying to decide when it is “weather safe” to head North. We would also like to remain in the area for the Masters Golf Tournament (April 11-14). Paul's brother goes every year and has numerous tickets available. It would certainly be a memorable experience, one most golfers would certainly not want to miss. The only catch is the campground fees more than quadruple to $100/day. So we are looking for a place to store the RV during Masters Week events, and we'll move in with Paul's brother.

Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see y'all back real soon. Have a great day!


  1. Yikes that expensive camping. Stor the rv is a good idea.
    We will be in Ohio this afternoon for a week, still cold up here, enjoy the nice weather while you can.

  2. those boys are so cute with the Easter eggs!!! enjoy your stay in Augusta!

  3. Never paid $100 a day. If we ever did, it would be right on the beach!

  4. Wow! That sure is expensive campsite. How about Wal-Mart?

    The pictures of the Easter egg were adorable. It brought back some happy memories of watching my niece and nephew and their cousins race around the yard. Alas, they are all grown up now.

  5. Oh you gotta do the Master's. . .no matter what it takes. . .what an exciting opportunity. . .lots of pics!

    I'll watch for ya. . .be sure and wave! ha ha. . .

  6. Have you tried the Day's End directory? If you haven't got access to one, I will see if I can send you one.

  7. Great pics of the kids with their Easter Eggs.

    Seeing the Masters in person would sure be the thrill of a lifetime. Good luck with your plans.

    I'll look for you on TV!!

  8. Kids and Easter eggs were made for each other:)

  9. We'll be watching the Masters on TV. Love the pictures of the Kiddos and their Easter Baskets.

  10. Marsha, looks like we both are vertically challenged. I have my step stool right here in the motorhome kitchen.

  11. Storing the RV for a few days sounds like a good idea, especially if you can keep electric running to it so you don't have to empty the reefer.

  12. Those are some cute nephews!! I miss those days when the grands were young enough to get excited over Easter eggs and such . Oh well, at least they're old enough now to wash dishes haha!!

  13. Those boys are so dang cute! Someone had fun filling all those eggs with prizes. Hmmm, that tall oven COULD be an advantage if you didn't like to cook.

  14. Those boys are so dang cute! Someone was busy filling all those eggs with surprises!

    Hmmmm, that's one tall oven, but could be an advantage if one was adverse to cooking.

    Great timing on the Masters. Hope you can find a place to 'park it' for a few days!

  15. Georgia in the spring is absolutely beautiful..I envy you.

    I would have hated to have such a high oven. A man must have designed that kitchen. :)


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