Saturday, January 21, 2012

Saturday Night

Back Bay - Wahoo, Gumbo, and Shrimp Creole
Who changed the weather! We left Mississippi at 7 AM and it was already 70 degrees. Someplace along the line the temperature dropped and now here we sit in Bowling Green, Kentucky at 35 degrees! Oh well, I know that won't get any sympathy from those of you at home but it's a bit of a shock for us.

It's been a good week but a hard one. We mudded and sanded for 5 days and used muscles some of us hadn't used in a while. But we found time for fun, food, and fellowship. Last night, rather than writing the blog,  we went to a restaurant called The Back Bay near Gulfport, Mississippi. Many of the group had Wahoo for dinner. What's Wahoo, sorry, you'll have to ask them.

Larry did say something about sharing the pecans but ...
We did stop at Priester's Pecans on the way home. We were lured in by the promise of free samples. However most of us seemed to leave with bags in our hands.

Guess who played charades while waiting for dinner at Olive Garden?
It's been a successful week. One more day's drive and we'll be back home with stories to tell and plenty of photos for our presentation to the church.

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