Friday, February 5, 2010

Happy Hour At The Bubar’s

The park we are staying at had another dinner and dance Saturday night.  Mike and I hosted happy hour before.  Mike made his famous French onion soup and as usual was fantastic.  We had friends from Canada, South Dakota and Minnesota at the party.

Just before the party Mike washed his little ford ranger truck and it grew into a big Ford truck.  The Harley Davidson edition, it belongs to Ken’s cousin Carol from SD.  It is a beautiful piece of machinery.   Not sure if the MH could tow this truck.

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After Happy hour we all went to the club house for hamburgers potato salad and beans, another very good meal.  The band plays from 7 to 10 and everyone dances.  There had to be close to 200 people at this event.

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On Monday I had another doctor appointment, more blood work and a ultra sound on my kidneys, liver, gallbladder and spleen.  I will find out the results next Monday the 8th.

Tuesday was another party this time a Birthday party for Ken’s cousins wife Jolene.  They also rented a house here for part of the winter.  They have to head back to the cold later this month. 

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Jolene did all the cooking for her party.  We had turkey and all the fixings, I love turkey and mashed potatoes and gravy, one of my favs.  Lee Ann picked up a birthday cake a red velvet ice cream cake from Coldstone ice cream, boy was it elegant and rich. 

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Everything in this house is original from the 50s and 60s. The kitchen and bathroom are just awesome, you would think you were in the era.  Everything on the walls and the furniture are from the same time period.

We have visited the Mesa flea market been out to lunch a few more times and just having fun.  I think I’m caught up on our life here in Apache Junction. 

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