Trying to find just the right seat.
A table for twelve six from Zapata and six that used to be in Zapata but have now moved to the Valley. Pity the poor waitress.
After breakfast the Zapata group followed us to J-5 for a visit with us and to see Jim and Priscilla, the resident managers, who used to be part of the Zapata group. We wore out our tongues and by mid afternoon it was time for them to begin the two hour drive back to Zapata.
After the company left there was more excitement in the neighborhood. First my neighbor across the street had a concrete driveway poured and that drew a crowd of supervisors two deep. While that was going on my other neighbors, The Cajuns, found a couple of stray squirrels and decided a hoedown was in order.
Here you can see the new concrete and the hoedown at the same time. Before they started playing music I had the impression that the folks were setting up the chairs to watch the concrete dry.
A pretty good size crowd gathered and no squirrels have been seen in the park today. This is the same group I paid $5.00 the other night to watch for a couple of hours. Last night jam was 6 hours for free.
Today's plan is to go into recovery mode and just kick back and enjoy the good life.