PROMONTORY POINTERS 12-14-11
Orson and Jeannette Poulsen drove to Park City for a few days. While there they celebrated their 11th wedding anniversary. On the way they stopped at the Ogden Regional Hospital to visit Orson’s brother, Dennis. Orson and Jeannette had a nice time doing Christmas cards, eating out and enjoying the sunny weather. They also saw some lovely homes.
Kaye Draper is feeling better and hopes to be released by the end of the week.
Laura Wheatley reports staying home with the girls. She says husband Zane and friend Steve Peterson have been splitting wood for their heater stoves. The Wheatley’s had their chimneys cleaned.
Boyd Udy is enjoying the National Finals Rodeo. “I sure do like it earlier than in past years,” he states. Boyd is also fixing fences around the property.
Cleo and Gary Petit report keeping warm. They also are grateful to say that all their family is well.
Jim and Starr Mitchell drove to the Wasatch Mountains to fill Starr’s late season cow-elk tag. They didn’t see any cow-elks, but saw lots of deer. They also saw mountain lion and bobcat tracks and many Golden Eagles. The scenery was beautiful, but very, very cold. “It seems if you want an elk all you see is deer and vice versa,” Starr says. The couple camped out with warm sleeping bags in the back of their truck.
Clynn Richman would like to thank Palmer Packing in Tremonton for their great help with a calf recently. “We really appreciate it,” he says. “We are also grateful to Richard Nicholas for his help with a mean, old cow on Monday.”
Winnie and Carolyn Carter are working hard on their canvasses to finish before Christmas break. Both probably won’t be done, but the enjoyment is still there. Winnie is doing an 8×10 of crocuses coming up through spring snow, and Carolyn is doing one of her grandsons and their BMX bikes.
On Thursday Winnie and Doris Larsen took some Christmas presents to their friend at the Golden Spike National Historic Site, Tammy Benson. They all enjoyed a great conversation.
Winnie was home the rest of the week, except for church on Sunday. She enjoyed feeding the Richmans’ weaned calves a bale of hay a day and was glad to notice the calves were eating and drinking much better.