Orson Poulsen did more work on his new shed. Jeannette went to her Daughters of the Utah Pioneers meeting at Suzanne Moss’ home. Orson and Jeannette drove to Logan to get roofing materials and attend the Logan LDS Temple while they were there. On Saturday they attended an auction and purchased what they call “a couple of bargains.” After the auction they drove to Snowville to Orson’s step-daughter’s home to attend the 4th birthday party for Reata White, daughter of Davy and Kristi White. Jeannette reports still enjoying her volunteer job at the Bear River Valley Hospital, and still working on learning to quilt.
Kaye Draper reports there was no square dancing due to bad weather Monday. She is exercising for about an hour before playing bingo at the Liberty Center. On Wednesday Kaye and Bea went to lunch at Arctic Circle. On Friday they, along with friends Lucy and Joann, ate lunch there again. On Sunday after church Kaye drove to West Valley City to Bill and Carolyn Bolton’s home for dinner and cards and spent the night.
Boyd Udy is using his team to feed. He and Kris recently helped celebrate Boyd’s oldest daughter Stacy’s birthday. Boyd’s family’s cutter teams are just being exercised and kept fit for the state finals cutter racing championships.
On Tuesday Aaron Richman came out to feed the calves in the field behind the house, and the cows down the road. Aaron also helped with evening chores and watering.
On Wednesday Winnie and friend Carolyn Carter drove to Clinton to make great progress on their oil paintings. After getting back to Brigham City Winnie purchased two delicious dinners at Hunan Village to take home.
On Thursday Aaron and April came out to the ranch to feed.
On Saturday Winnie delivered Valentine’s cards to grandchildren and one great-grandchild (Jayden) and boxes of candy for Clynn and herself. On Sunday son Aaron came out by surprise and did night chores! Then Winnie drove to Penrose to help grandson Colton Lott celebrate his 19th birthday. Winnie brought home a big piece of cake for Clynn who has been a little under the weather lately.