I worked in the diner during the evening shift and it was always a busy time. On Monday night I was there until 2am. When the cool weather moved in on Thursday it was a full time job just trying to keep coffee and hot water going for hot chocolate to try and keep the visitors warm. That day we went through more than 1000 cups of hot beverages. During the week we went through almost 2,300 pieces of pie and over 2,700 sandwiches. I was hoping to spend more time taking photos but going shopping every morning to re-stock supplies and working on the food orders for the next day kept me quite busy so I was limited to the amount of time for pictures. I am not quite sure how Duncan was able to keep going all of the time but the use of a golf cart for getting around the park sure save him many hours of being on his legs. It was nice to meet up with ball friends that we had not seen in a while and catch up on all the latest news. It took us a number of days to catch up on sleep and get our energy back but it was a successful tournament.
Saturday game at the tournament
Mallard stretching her wings
Duncan at the unveiling ceremony
Cousin Tom speaking at the "Angels In The Outfield" tribute
A piper played in the background
It was a nice touch for the unveiling
Family members revealing the memorial stone
An amazing tribute to softball enthusiasts
I love the colour of this blue flower
Butterfly on the cedar tree
Pollen collecting on the thistle
Enjoying some breakfast along the creek
These were so pretty with there purple colour
Getting started early to play fastball.
His twin threw the ball and he hit it.....Wow!!
Emma in her warm hat when they came to
visit during Thursdays cold day