VALOIS, New York, USA (August 10, 2008) - Somehow summer of 2008 got away from me and it went from June-to-July-to-August practically before I could grab a cold Molson out of my cooler.
Maybe I grabbed a few too many cold Molson's and that's why my memory is getting soft.
Where was I?
In looking at the calendar, I'm not sure I'm going to be able to make a sojourn to Jamestown before I head back to California August 30, though with the Admiral leaving in a few days for Mexico, I might be able to slip out of town, house chores nonwithstanding.
I know that Shirley Adams is in the area, as well as all of the Class of '66 who still hangs their hats there most of the year: Randy Carlson, Sue Guertin, Jim Lindell and too many others for me to list here. (I hear a Molson rustling in the cooler on the porch and must hurry...)
Earlier today though, I received an email from Cathy Lindstrom saying that she had her passport in hand, which means of course that she is free to travel internationally in just a couple of years for the 45th reunion of the Class of '66 of SWCS.
Cathy at our 40th reunion
Wahoo! Now I know we will have a class reunion of at least two of us in Mexico.
When I get back to the Costa Alegre in Mexico in December, I'll start posting information about the place (beaches, etc) and maybe we can start making real plans for some kind of February 2011 soiree.
In the meantime, if you don't have a passport, considering spending the money and get one. They are handy to have and get you through most airports a lot faster.