|Pam and Steve|
We also went to Tina and Eric Hazlitt's beachside cabana for a glass (or two) of wine where Steve and Pam posed for the photo on the left, with Tina and Eric's sailboat in the background.
It looks like a postcard to me.
Pam and Steve are used to the more benign weather of Sacramento and the sudden shifts were sort of shocking. As they left this morning, a cold front roared down the lake and dropped the temperature at the lake house by about 10 degrees in about as many minutes.
|Yes, there was plenty of rain in those clouds|
I waited about five minutes too long to grab my stuff and run up the hill.
Next up this week is a fundraiser for Kathleen Schamel's great motoring adventure across Europe to Mongolia as part of a charity for people in Asia and elsewhere.
She will be traveling as part of a road rally team. The rally cars, are, well, pretty small and the roads are, well, pretty non-existent in some of the places they need to traverse.
Still, she's game and the photos from the trip are going to be collector's items.
Here is the link to her team's website: Kathleen's Excellent Adventure
The fund raiser tomorrow will be at the Village Marina Bar and Grill, which, totally coincidentally, is owned by her parents, Mike and Karen Schamel, and run by her brother Mike. It also is being billed as a pre-game party to the three-day Phish concert that starts Friday at the Watkins Glen race track where about 40,000 Phish fans are expected to descend, en masse, for music, parties and, well, more parties.
And it's likely I will be among that throng, writing some short news articles for a local newspaper.
It won't be Woodstock Redux, but it should be interesting.
|Carlos Santana at Woodstock - 1969|