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Friday, May 13, 2011

First Friday - Groceries in Loa

First Friday - Groceries in Loa

Well, we'll start with Thursday night. Annette and Larry had a meeting to select a movie for the BIFF (Bicknell International Film Festival), subject this year: Superheros. Before they started previewing the film, I took this photo of the tv screen and Mom working...


This morning, we saw some deer walking up the hill, west of the house. Couple of photos came out.


In the afternoon, we drove over to Loa to the grocery store. On the way, we drove up to the Sundown Campground in the Fish Lake National Forest, just a mile off the road. Neat!


Up at the campground turnaround... looking back into the valley.


Back home, we had noticed the 'neighbors' were camping out on their homesite with some friends. At least three tents, and a nice campfire.


Looking at the sun in the valley...


And, from the west side of the house, with the Wilson's house on the left, campers on the right.


Watched movies, this evening... some better than others... no... both bad!  ;-)

It was another beautiful day... regardless of the movies!  ;-)

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