Thanks for the kind words- and to everyone for taking the lack of power in stride yesterday morning! It was a little cold when we started, and the hall was pretty dim at times as the snow squalls moved through and overcast became thicker, but the hall was full, the games ran well, and folks seemed to be having fun. Thanks to all the game masters for putting on such a great selection of games, and to everyone for making the trek to the Game Day through ice and snow, and lack of electricity at home and in Bath.
Wow- you guys are right about the driving. I left Bath around 8:00 and the driving was as nasty as I've seen it in years. If I'd been driving my little Toyota rather than the CR-V, I'm not sure that I would have made it up Witch Spring Hill! Between Bath and Gardiner the roads were awful, with very low visibility. Once I hit Gardiner, it was just rain.
Mike- Nice photos. Great camera you have there. I'll post some photos too as time allows.
Thanks again to everyone for their help with the Game Day. The donations for the ticket auction made for another interesting, and profitable, club fund-raiser, and the bake sale too. Thanks to Jim Flanagan for staying up all night to make the whoopie pies and for organizing the food table, and to Christopher Gurney for bringing along the water and cooler. Who knew Limerick had such a great Donut shop? Its a big help to have people pitching in on these things.
and did I say that Jim Flanagan made the Whoopie Pies? Make sure you tell him how good they were!