Lee and Alice Armstrong have made the White Water Manor their new home. They said they are very comfortable there and are happy to be able to visit often with their neighbors.
Shamus Ordway, wife and baby are stationed at Fort Drum. Shamus is happy to be stateside and together with his family.
There was a huge turn out at the Athol/Thurman Town Hall on Saturday to the sugar-on-snow fundraiser. The proceeds will go to the Cancer Society. Hoddy Ovitt and his band played bluegrass music. Some stood in line for way over an hour. Bob and Becky Hitchcock with so many others worked very hard at the event.
Fred and Ruth Allen have returned to their New Jersey home after a week at their Glen River House. While here, Fred really hurt his back and had to see a chiropractor. Lots of snow packs on his back.
Gordon Johnston had open heart surgery on Tuesday and since then his breathing has been a problem and was taken to ICU.
What a sight to see after the ice jam let lose on the Hudson River in North Creek on Sunday afternoon. Unbelievable to see all the tons and tons of ice above such high waters. The pictures are great but don't do it justice. At least 10 fire companies were called to be on watch.
On Friday, such a terrible earthquake followed by a tsunami will leave Japan in quite a state for a very long time. So many from all over the world are pulling together to help.
Sorry to hear about the sudden death of Elizabeth "Bette" Galusha at the White Water Manor on Saturday. They leave one daughter and one son.
Also, sorry to hear about the death of Charlene Crimmins, sister of Anne Deppe. She leaves three sons and one daughter.
Kelly Russell, Taylors Beavers, Bridget Larson, Markus Cleveland, Pat Porter, Avis Hitchcock, Jan Corliss and Dale Warrington.
Pete and Michelle Wood
Enjoy each and every day.