Jul. 24th, 2020 at 12:46 PM
We'll start at 10:00. I will have fire pits about the yard, burning. In groups, you will make your breakfast the way you do when you are camping. After clean up, we'll go swimming, play games, whatever you'd like to do.
At one, we'll have a catered lunch by the Crashdown. I've asked their family to join with ours.
During the afternoon there will be group games. (Remember the pool, I plan to use the Jacuzzi after dark.)We'll divide into teams. For those who need to nap, there are plenty of deck chairs around the pool to recline in, just remember it might be noisy.
Around seven, we will dig up the pig that has been roasting all day in the traditional Hawaiian tradition of Kālua. Each of you makes a dish to share at a BBQ.
I'm asking anyone who wants to help, but particularly the men, make the stove, and bury the pig early in the morning. The pit will be dug ahead of times as will the collection of rocks and leaves from the florist.
When it gets dark, we'll restart the fire pits so people can talk, roast marshmallows, star gaze.
If you have ideas about anything you'd like to do or just anything at all, don't hesitate to talk to me.
I need someone to go with me to get the pig. How about it Charming?
Our labor day celebrations are always exactly the same, I wanted it different this year.
(ooc: if you have little kids there will be a bouncy house. Children are welcome.)