It wasn't to bad until the sun went down and then it got down to the 50's. Real pretty place nice little log cabins which won me over ASAP. Very efficently contructed - small bedrooms though. I think I broke my baby toe trying to kick the blankets off when I got over warm - I kicked the outside wall!
Gypsys is real a sweetie when you get him calmed down. I thought he was going to have a nervous breakdown Saturday worring about having enough
food and pleasing everyone. I kept teling him it's just food and it's free nobody's gonna complain and if they do you can't please everyone! He pretty much did the smoking and I made the breakfasts and a few stuffed fatties and ABTs. Everyone was full and happy and picked at food the food all night.
Once the feeding frenzy was over and most folks gone we talked for hours and played with Aimie. His wifes a real sweetie too. Gyspy your a lucky man!
Would you believe we had about 6 ribs, 3 butts and a turkey tray full of Dutches beans for about 15 people! The butts we're so tender and juicey all I had to do was pick the fat out and stir it up a little and they were pulled. NOBODY used buns except us, they just ate the pulled pork like spaghetti.
Next day he made some Mexian sounding thing with some of the pork that was really good I forgot what he called it and how he made it but I'll ask again. Must have been the limes - those limes will get you every time!
Here's a few pictures driving into Summersville at noon on Friday
The pretty pictures I first posted where on the way OUT of town - same lookout spot.
And one more of Little Aimie and me playing on my Djembe