By Anna Cupp
The time has come that folks have been waiting for, that extra hour of sleep that was lost.
Recent visitors at their camps have been the Mike Crum family and Steve Smith and friend of Stuarts Draft, Virginia.
Jeff Scasmy of Port Deposit, Maryland, and Michael Scasmy of Peach Tree City, Georgia, have been here doing some early scouting for deer and places to put their tree stands.
Michael Lambert of Rising Sun, Maryland, has also been here.
Jeff Arbogast & Mellissa of Dayton, Virginia, have visited their camp.
There sure has been a change of weather. A person doesn’t know to put the summer clothes away, bring the winter clothes out or just leave them all out and then one can pick what to wear depending on whatever the weather is when one gets up.
The gardens and the mowing are over for another year.
Rick White recently visited his mother, Peggy, in New Jersey.
Bill and Barbara Eavers of Clover Hill, Virginia, have spent some time at their place.
The Sugar Grove Lions Club did a real good job again on their barbecue chicken. Keep up the good work guys.
Zack Eckard of Warrenton, Virginia, and Butch Eckard of Catlett, Virginia, recently helped Harold Cupp bush-hog the Donnie Simmons property, getting it ready for hunting season, which is only a couple weeks away. Other visitors at the Cupp residence have been Wesley, Michael and Joyce Cupp of Dayton, Virginia, Rodger and Judy Coleman, Rick White and Jennifer, Gary Shaffer of Sugar Grove, Steve Smith of Stuarts Draft, Virginia, Carol and Dennis Sheldrick of New Jersey, Dawn Halterman of Riverton and Donnie and Carolyn Simmons of Franklin.
If a person sees Erma Moats walking a little higher now, she is a great-grandmother. She said she feels really old now. She also has three other great-grandchildren. A person just loves them to pieces. When one gets tired of them, send them back to their parents, rest up and then go at it again.