After our feasting, we normally break up into activity groups. Last
year Don McK, our exercise coordinator, led a group on a brisk walk
around Green Lake. This year, the only walking people did was from the
shelter house to the parking lot.
Oh, well, here are some photos from past walks.
Well, yes, of course, we walkers enjoyed looking at other kinds of
scenery, too, in various stages of undress! But discretion preventing
me from surreptitiously snapping them. Again, at Maguson, plenty of
eye-candy came by, usually towing their boats to the boat launch, but
also some shirtless hunks picnicking with friends and family nearby.
Last year, while we walkers normally hoofed it around the lake for
three miles, others played a spirited game of pinochle.
As for the rest, they just hung around enjoying the outdoors while
relaxing in the shade or soaking up the sun and chatting idly. A small
group called it quits and headed home earlier. By 2:30, most folks
began to vanish, leaving the site to just a few, mainly those of us in
charge of stripping the paper table cloths, packing up serving spoons
and the leftover soft drinks, and cleaning up the site to return it to
the condition in which we found it.
Yes, the picnic was finally over by 2:30. If you missed the picnic this
year, please join us next year, but only if youíre a member of Mature
Friends! But donít worry! If youíre not a member, you can sign up right
now. Just jump to the Membership
, fill it out, and mail it in with your annual dues of $40.00.