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Number of retreaters

Posted by rosajoe (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 30, 12 at 13:03

Do we have 18 or 19 of our forum members coming to the retreat???

I'm trying to go through everything to make sure I have all labeled!!!!
Rosa


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We have 17 quilters, 3 husbands, and 0 babies.


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Thank you Jennifer I had lost count lol!!!!!


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So what do the hubbies do while you're quilting? Hopefully you have something planned to keep them out of trouble! :)

Donna


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I suspect they're pretty good at entertaining themselves. After all, they are husbands of quilters... they must be used to being ignored!


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They are completely on their own!!! lol

THey know when meals are served and come back in time for that, go figure. Sometimes they hang out with us and lounge on the couches watching tv. They walk camp, sit on the porch and read, and one year Gwen's DH even painted some.

I think there are a higher average of naps, too!


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My hubby will either run, ride his bike, watch TV, read books, ride horses, hike the trails,sleep on the porch, or any of the other activities they have available. He is even thinking of packing one of our camping hammocks and heading to the woods. Rest assured though, he will not miss a meal.

beverly


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Yes, I've yet to see a husband missing when it's time to eat. It's like a mental signal or something. And, they even like the food there.


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I think there are several golf courses in the area too. I know Jim would want to check out a couple of them.


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