Cleo Petit reports a fun time line dancing. “It’s good exercise,” she says, “and good for my balance. I think I also enjoy a little camaraderie with the girls.”
Gary and Cleo drove to Fillmore for Memorial Day weekend. They met with family and friends, and stayed with Cleo’s brother and his family for a couple of days. “We really enjoyed the trip.”
The Petit garden is now in. “We surely won’t have any more snow,” Cleo says, “but we need some more rain.”
Laura and Zane Wheatley and daughters Everly and Georgia visited graves on Memorial Day.
Laura and the girls joined Laura’s sisters, JoAnn and Stacey, and their children for a trip to the Children’s Museum in Ogden, and visited the Treehouse Museum while there. “There is so much fun stuff to do,” Laura says. “The kids had a blast!” Georgia’s favorite thing was to walk on a small bridge. Everly liked seeing the aquarium full of fish. After the Treehouse they all went to JoAnn’s home for a take and bake pizza party.
Jim and Starr Mitchell are enjoying picking, eating and freezing peas from their garden. They are also harvesting some spinach and broccoli. Charlie, the miniature Schnauzer is vacationing with them while his owners, Steven and Ashley Mitchell, are away. “He is quite the country boy,” Starr says. “He loves to run and run all over our yard and investigate the calves, jack rabbits and chickens. We love having him here.”
Boyd Udy reports not having any new foals this year. “I miss them, but will enjoy the break.”
On Tuesday Winnie Richman was able to do some family temple work before driving back to Brigham City. She also shopped at Staples and found a wonderful pencil with a graphite cartridge instead of lead sticks. “It looks good and erases easily,” Winnie says.
On Wednesday Winnie and Carolyn Carter worked on their art projects. Both are coming along well. Wednesday evening Winnie drove to the Spectrum to watch grandson Caden Gregory Lott graduate and toss his mortar board cap into the air. She sat with his parents Greg and Heather Lott and his grandfather, Blaine Lott and his brother, Colton and friend.
Thursday was Winnie and Clynn’s big day of the spring. They loaded out the last five of their fat steers. Winnie, Heather and Aaron were the cowboys. The steers loaded without a hitch. Heather helped unload the animals at Palmer Packing Company.
Thursday morning Winnie and sister and brother-in-law Pam and Jack Apodaca met at Denny’s for breakfast.
Saturday evening Winnie, Pam and Jack met Winnie and Pam’s cousin, Rick and Mary Vaughan, at the Salt Lake Marriott (downtown) and took them out to dinner. Rick and Mary arrived Friday from Virginia and hosted the meal. They all had a good visit and enjoyed Rick’s photographs of his travels in Vietnam and Cambodia.