|Presbyterian Church, Lead|
|View of Lead from Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Deadwood|
|former Wagoner Hotel|
|Harleys at Cheyenne Crossing|
|Skip, Jack, Char, Lottie, Jodi, ....|
They were seated a short time later, with most ordering the famous Indian taco, and Dad and I splitting some apple pie ala mode. A 63 year class reunion is a lot like a 40 year class reunion. Everyone talks about how they don't feel as old as they are. They want to know what your extended family is up to. Those not in attendance are asked about, and there's a lot of, "do you remember when we did..." It was fun to be a part of it from an outsiders point of view. And isn't it great to maintain the relationships!
The late afternoon lunch gave us just enough time for a drive to Hanna Creek, where our family camped when I was about 8. What a beautiful little place. We stopped for a Coke at the Lead Country Club, where Mom said she never played golf, but she went along to spend time with her dad as he played almost every other weekend.
|Lead Country Club|
|wild roses at Hanna Creek|