I had a busy day in Milo today. I went up for the grand opening of the shiny new Visitor’s Center that the Kiwanis built. Saw some people I hadn’t seen in awhile, took a few pictures (that my phone then magically decided it never took).
I spent the afternoon helping Dad clean out his shed. I ended up with a literal truck load of STUFF that was once mine. On the upside, I did find my big awning tent that Dad thought someone else had. It was just hiding in the far back of the shed. I also found my NES and SNES! I haven’t even dared to plug them in yet… Especially since the case of the NES is in two pieces for some odd reason. Now if I could just locate the missing box with all the games in it… Only found a few with the systems. I also managed to grab my hammock!
Dad and I then spent a bit of the afternoon wandering around Evergreen Cemetery in Milo. I was going over a bunch of the genealogy stuff I’d found lately, and suddenly we were looking for graves in the cemetery. We didn’t find much we didn’t already know about. I need to put together a list and he’s going to talk to his buddy Bob who runs the cemetery. He has a fancy book with the location of everyone in it and can at least point us in the right direction.
Now I must go, Buddy is being needy and wants attention. He hates that I left him alone last night.