Alamo Palms Reunion
Alamo Palms residents came from near and far to socialize with
their snowbird friends. The farthest I am aware of was the car
with the Delaware license plate.  The unofficial count is 88 on
Tuesday evening and 105 for lunch next day. Lots of good food
Tuesday evening and the catered luncheon the next day was
superb. The best fried chicken I think I have ever had: very crispy
on the outside and juicy on the inside. A caterer from Chariton.
This was bearded Howard Tuesday night.
Wednesday noon his look changed. Big
time. I accused him of having a fake beard,
but no. He was tired of it and shaved.
And here is Sandy. And George, below,
who laughed all the way at Leo's antics.
And Diane and Beth with Mardine's back.
Sorry Mardine. But here's her smiling face.
Three of those responsible for organizing
the function. Doran, Cora and Marian
Miriam and Leo. Leo and Sandy. However,
below is Leo's true love, Diane.
Arlan and Pat;  Don and Martha
I didn't get everyone's name. And many were visible on
name tags. So I'm taking the easy way from here out.
Pat and Dwight, Jim and Judy
Our fellow Ankenyite, Elaine. Where's Nick?
He looks suspicious of me. She says that is
always his look.
Have removed all my music files and replacing one
by
one. Crossing my fingers it won't take more
than 15 min with the one
at a time file. This audio
from Ken's Danny Boy is first I am trying to
re-insall.
Would be interested if anyone knows of a
software/publishing package for picture journal I'd
love to check it out.
I do not publish last names of my pictures;
however, they are legible on many of the
name tags. If you are uncomfortable with
the tags, I can crop them out. This site is
not advertised and most people already
know your last names. But let me know if
you want them out.