I am convinced by now that our normal is the unexpected.
The daily hunting expeditions were successful, in spite of an occasional debacle (a favorite descriptor that brings back treasured memories of hunting with Grandpa Koch).
Sunday was our last day together with the Koch relatives. Brother Terry and SIL Sandy left a day earlier than planned for their drive back to Wisconsin, so as to avoid the snow. (The last time they were stranded eight hours in the mountains!)
One member was missing at our farewell dinner, teenager Cody out with friends, so I got his photo later.
Halloween Monday, Kenzie (16) celebrated with friends.
Tuesday we said goodby to Idaho and flew back to Indiana.
That same day our granddaughter was married in a quiet ceremony before the Justice of Peace.
We arrived in Indianapolis in the wee hours of Wednesday morning, spent the remainder of the night in a hotel and before heading home stopped at some major stores to begin thinking about appliances and furniture.
It was fun to get back to the changes awaiting us at the 'new' house--the drywall up and some of the siding.
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Saturday evening we had a house full of family and friends.