By Anna Cupp
Billy Keen and John of Valley Lee, Maryland, spent sometime at their camp doing the mowing and getting things ready for the summer. They will be spending some time here.
Steve Smith and Pam and Mike Crum and son spent some time at their place doing the mowing and other things that needed to be done by the time summer arrives.
Judy and Rodger Coleman of Sugar Grove spent some time in North Carolina visiting their daughter, son-in-law and granddaughters.
Visitors in the Anna and Harold Cupp home have been Donnie and Carolyn Simmons of Franklin, Rodger and Judy Coleman, Gary Shaffer, Rick White and Jennifer and Erma Moats, all of Sugar Grove, Steve Smith of Stuarts Draft, Virginia, Douglas Botkin of Churchville, Virginia, Wesley Cupp and Michael Cupp of Dayton, Virginia, Joyce Hensley of Harrisonburg, Virginia, Shelly Sheldrick and Carol and Frank and Cheryl Waldorf, all of New Jersey, Jay Cline of Elkton, Maryland, Michael Scasmy of Peach Tree, Georgia, and Dawn Halterman and Lucas of Riverton.
The hummingbirds and whip-poor-wills are here for the summer, and the frogs have been hollering at the pond. Nothing ever sounds so good to hear the frogs as one sits on the porch in the evening after listening to all the violence in the world.
The Eavers from Clover Hill, Virginia, have also been working on their place getting everything ready for summer.
Judy and Rodger Coleman’s family from North Carolina spent the holidays visiting here. The grandchildren enjoyed their stay also.
The area has been getting some nice rain for the yards and gardens. The mowers have started working now as the rain has stopped for a few days. The heat and humidity have arrived.
Shirley and Junior Lohr of Alexandria, Virginia, spent a day visiting Jimmy and Lynn Sims and doing their mowing and things around the house that need to be done for the summer.
The writer would like to mention something about the handling of wildlife. She wonders if whoever has control of the burning of the forests ever think about all the turkey nests that are destroyed, as well as the fawns that jump out in the road and are hit by vehicles. Could there be a better time to do the burning instead of when the fawns are being born and the turkeys are hatching?
Carol Sheldrick will be retiring from a New Jersey school at the end of the month. She will be able to spend some time here and go to Little Debbie’s to get some cheese, deep-fried chicken and egg rolls. She likes to eat out, somewhere besides her own kitchen.