In the space of a month – and that really isn’t a lot of space!

Relatives are great to have around.  You sit and reminisce, think of the past and may even talk of the future.  In the best of reunions you play games, and guitars and wake the neighbours and watch fireworks.  That’s been our experience to date.  On Thursday we head to the final of the three planned reunions.

This final reunion is coordinated with the 100th birthday of our town, a town in which my aunts and uncles were born and raised.  So, not only will we survey the land of life as relatives, but also as neighbours and friends meet from around the world.

So, there will be fireworks, and free pancake breakfast, and professional music, and more food and fun and fellowship.

What more could one ask?