Monday, March 6

After supper, we needed a trip to Wal-Mart. Singing in the conference room and good fellowship wrapped up our first night of work.

Some pictures from the conference center where we stayed...
Bunks in the Retreat Center

Sean in the main room

Alicia cooking breakfast

When I publish the web site, I drive the van upto the main retreat center building and sit outside with the laptop. Through the laptop's wireless connection, I can connect to the Internet, and publish the site from here.

Wednesday, March 8, 2006

We enjoyed a traditional New England supper: clam chowder, baked beans, brown bread, and pot roast. A few people from the Cameron Catholic Parish were going to stop by, but Sandy was the only one that could make it.

Harry needed a
haircut, so Jen cut it for him with some assistance from Amy!

Thursday, March 9, 2006

Walter brought us warm donuts for breakfast.

For supper, we went to Big Daddy's in Iowa, Louisiana (pronounced IWAY, LEWSIANA) for some good Cajun food.
Crawfish, crab-shrimp cakes, baby-back ribs, Etoufee, Courtbouillion, catfish, hush-puppies, hard and soft-shell crabs were supper.

Harry had a problem with his food...