As we strolled around the park we noticed this monument to "lawn mowing no more". I guess that's true since all the sites here are gravel.
We had just been talking about getting our flu shots a day or two earlier and as soon as we were set up a kind lady came over with an invite to the flu shot and wine tasting event.
|This is the town we are living in currently.|
Hmmm? I would have thought the wine tasting should have been first, but oh well.
I barely felt my shot go in, so I couldn't understand the lady who was complaining about how painful it was and shaking her arm as she left muttering about waiting for the "girl" next time.
|This is the totem pole in front of the club house - lots of totem poles up this way.|
Then the fun started. One of the men came in carrying a bottle of wine and when the lady at the flu shot table asked if he'd like to have a flu shot the cork blew off the top of his wine bottle and liquid started sputtering out all over the floor.
|One of the berry bushes near our site.|
I glanced up from my laptop and said "a simple yes or no would have been sufficient".
|These asters are blooming their little hearts out near the park entrance.|
|the Japanese maple in one of the many flower beds around the park|
And I haven't even had any wine yet! I can't imagine what I'd see had I been drinking.
To add to the surprise, I discovered there was a quilt show in Port Townsend and Left Brain sat in the car reading while I prowled around for things to buy and voted for my favorite quilt. It was cold enough that I could finally wear my quilted jacket I'd made earlier and that got lots of comments as I walked from room to room.
Long Live the Queen of Surprises