After enjoying the Zip Line Canopy Tour, I went back with Mary and her family to their timeshare at the Resort. I've seen these places and wondered what they were like inside. They've got an amazing view and lots of wildlife.
I had fun taking photos from the balconies and enjoying the wild life.
The sun was starting to go down.
The sky turned more beautiful than usual.
They are all lined up like soldiers, very orderly.
It was dusk, the sun was setting.
Such a pretty sky. So we jumped in the car to go up to the top of the ridge.
I grew up in a house with a view of Massanutten Peak, it was the landmark of my youth. Whenever I got lost, all I had to do was look to the Peak and then I would know exactly where I was. Now I'm looking out at my "home land" from the very mountain that I looked to.
The sun had set, we were hungry, it was time to make some dinner.
We played with the groundhog, who didn't mind eating right from our hands.
Fat ol fella. That peanut butter cracker seemed to slow him up a bit.
Later on the night shift came out to gather up whatever the groundhog had left behind.
Jody did steaks on the grill.
I fried up some green tomatoes until they were nice and crispy.
Now THAT'S a feast! I don't think I've ever eaten such a big steak! And there were hot fresh biscuits also. And yes, I ate it all. And it was good!
A lovely time around the table with friends from a distant time in my life. It was so fun to enjoy their time together, it was a place of warmth and lots of laughter and stories of practical jokes. I nearly laughed myself off my chair with the tale of the imaginary bear. Mercy, it was good!
Some moments in life are so sweet, often made more so when in contrast to the darker things. This was one of those and I'm so grateful. I have the best friends in the whole wide world!
Flying and Feasting to you,