Well, not exactly the Pops, but Branson comes to Rainbow Plantation. Denny Yeary, who sang for 27 years with the Blackwoods, performed for us last night at the Clubhouse. We don’t know how it all came to be, but he is doing a tour of the southeast and somehow landed at Rainbow Plantation for the evening and we’re glad he did.
He has such a bass voice that he can hit notes lower than the bottom of my grandfather’s well. He sang old time country songs with some gospel music thrown in for good measure. His rendition of “Ring of Fire” was better than Johnny Cash sang it. It was a good little concert and it was fun to spend some time with our Plantation neighbors.
Other than that, church, a nap, and a couple of episodes of West Wing filled our day. Just a laid back kind of Sunday ending with the Ice Cream Social and the Yeary concert.
Judy has a doctor’s appointment this morning and crocheting this afternoon. I don’t have a dang thing on the agenda, but will order the landing gear (still haven’t decided which one – don’t want to rush into these things) and shampoo the living room rug (it’s beginning to look a little scroungy).
We are having Ray and Pat over for dinner this evening so Judy is going to make a special eight bean soup recipe – it’s “oh so good”! That along with some home made yeast rolls bought at Walmart, raspberry squares, and a little wine will make it a real fine meal. Yes, the RV live style is about traveling, but the best part of it is the people you meet and the friends you make along the way. We may have mentioned that once or twice before.
Here are a couple of pictures taken this very morning – “Pink Sky In The Morning . . . .”
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