By Anna Cupp
Billy and John Keen from Valley Lee, Maryland, spent the holiday at their camp doing a lot of mowing and fixing up little things that needed to be done around the camp.
Steve Smith from Stuarts Draft, Virginia, also spent time at his camp doing a lot of mowing and fixing up things.
The gardens seem to be doing good so far. Hopefully the area will get more rain as gardens are getting ready to produce the eats from the plants.
Judy and Rodger Coleman are in Keyser doing some work in the funeral home so the owners can take a much needed vacation away from work.
Bill and Barbara Eavers from Clover Hill, Virginia, spent the weekend at their camp.
Jay Cline from Elkton, Maryland, has been here at his camp. His daughter and granddaughter visited with him while he was here. His granddaughter, Gypsy, likes for her granddad to take her for rides on his four-wheeler to visit the neighbors up and down the hollow.
Jeff and Melissa Arbogast from Dayton, Virginia, spent the weekend here doing some mowing. Guess Melissa cleaned all the windows in their camp where it was nice and cool while Jeff was outside in the hot sun mowing.
Wesley Cupp came for the Fourth of July to help with the mowing and bush hogging where they do their hunting when the season comes in.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lambert and some relatives from Rising Sun, Maryland, came in to do his mowing.
Shelly and Carol Sheldrick and grandsons from New Jersey are taking care of things. They have been going to the Little Debbie Bakery to get goodies, stopping at the Cheese Shop in Stuarts Draft, Virginia, and getting deep fried chicken and egg rolls while they are here.
Carol has finally retired from cooking at the school, but she will still have to cook at home for Dennis and the grandkids. She said when she gets awake, if she feels like getting up, she will, and after all these years of working, if not, then she will just roll over and pull the covers up over her and go back to sleep, or she will just lie there relaxing and have Dennis fix her coffee and bring it to her in bed.
Neighbors enjoying the fireworks at the Cupp residence on Sunday night were Michael Cupp, Joyce Hensley and Wesley Cupp, all of Dayton, Virginia, Judy, Kenny and Betty Puffenbarger of Bridgewater, Virginia, Vic and Carolyn Petit of Weyers Cave, Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lambert and friends and relatives of Rising Sun, Maryland, Billy and John Keen of Valley Lee, Maryland, Jeff and Melissa Arbogast of Dayton, Virginia, Gary Shaffer and Jennifer Schieder of Sugar Grove, Ricky and Cathy Bennett of Brandywine, Donnie and Carolyn Simmons of Franklin, Carol Sheldrick and grandsons, Nick and Zack from New Jersey and friends from Kentucky, and Bill and Barbara Eavers of Clover Hill, Virginia.
Rick White and Dennis Sheldrick from New Jersey did a nice job putting off the fireworks.