Tuesday, December 9, 2008

News from Kinsey Moritz in Guam

Kinsey Moritz and her family moved to Guam this past August - Today she tells us about Thanksgiving in a very different climate

Hello all,
Some of you have asked how my Thanksgiving was. Well, it is sort of a long story,so I will send it to you all.
As we have done for years, we ate Thanksgiving dinner early and packed up the leftovers for Thanksgiving Day. There were a lot of them!
On Thanksgiving day, we went on a hike called Talofofo Caves. It was a bunch of fun. The first cave we went into really didn't look like much from the outside, but on the inside, it was huge! There were a lot of stalagtites that were very sparkley. Even Heidi went in that cave!
The next place we stopped at was a beautiful overlook. The breeze was very nice. there was lots of greenery and flowers. It was my favorite place on that hike.
Then we stoppen at a very wide cave that looked like a mouth with lots of stalagtite teeth. Some of the 'teeth' were very glittery ang very wide. There was a very nice light breeze comeing through the huge cave, so that is were we had our break. Me and Mom tried to go down in the cave, but it was very steep and very slippery. So no one went in that cave.
All the others were either to little to explain or to exiting to remember.
Have a great day and sorry for sending this out late!!
Kinsey

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Special Fun This Sunday - Come Join Us


Celebrate the spirit of the holidays with the Rumney community this Sunday, December 7th. Join us first at 5:00 p.m. on the common for the Rumney Christmas Tree Lighting, where we'll sing carols with the Rumney Baptist Church Youth Choir, visit with Santa, and receive this year's ornament. Warm up afterwards at the Rumney Historical Museum from 5-7 p.m. for the Annual Christmas Tea, a chance to relax, enjoy some quiet conversation, and celebrate the blessings of the holidays with friends and neighbors. Do one, or the other, or both! Look forward to seeing everyone this Sunday.