When you live near Indianapolis, the race is not broadcast on live TV , so you are forced to revert to the “Retro” way and listen to it on the radio. Actually, that’s a tradition still kept alive by many families in the state, dating back to when it was only available on radio.
After lunch, the pool competition was fierce. :-)
The next month was spent camp hosting at McCormick’s Creek State Park. This was our 5th year to work at the park.
It was a busy month, for in addition to camp hosting, we had two graduations to attend. Granddaughter, Alyssa, graduated from high school on June 2,
and grandson, Cameron, graduated from high school on June 3.
The month also included a visit from granddaughters, Sara and Emily, and great granddaughters, Grace and Molly.
We moved back to Chris and Jeanne’s July 1 for another week’s stay, and our annual summer Christmas celebration, this time “Christmas in July”.
23 family members gathered for the day. Although the outside temperature was 103 degrees, we had a great time.
Afternoon brought more pool competitions.
The six weeks in Indiana passed quickly, and it was time to move on with our summer trip.