Memorial Day words with the Statue of Liberty

Memories of Memorial Day

Memorial Day is a special day for many reasons for many people.  First and Foremost, this day was created in remembrance of the brave men and women that fought for our country, our freedom, and made it possible for us to have the lives we live today.  We must never forget that nor take it for granted.  For without their actions and endurance, it would not be possible for us to have and do the things we have today nor enjoy our families and friends the way we know it to be……….. So PLEASE EVERYONE take some time throughout this day to reflect on these special people and the opportunities they selflessly provided for us.


As a kid, Memorial Day weekend was a send off for the summer.  It meant we were nearly out of school, and this three day weekend was our first taste of summer freedom and what was to come for a glorious 2 months of sun and fun!  To kick it off, my parents would take us camping and fishing.  My mom and dad and I, along with my three brothers would pack up the trunk of the Chevy Impala and head out to the Mashel River, up by Eatonville Washington.  Often times my grandparents would come along too.  There were old logging roads that we would “four wheel” through to get to our very primitive campsite that we had “discovered” and converted into a beautiful living space for our weekend.


NOTE:  We were always very careful to leave it in it’s natural beauty the way we found it. 


In truth our living space consisted of an old canvas tent, a pop out suitcase table, some lawn chairs, and a homemade fire pit.  The only other thing that we had was a big square of clear plastic we used for a rain tarp.  We didn’t have fancy blue tarps with gromets back then (more on that later).

The Mashel and the busy wild river.

Our campsite was situated where two rivers met.  There was a beautiful fishing hole right off the junction of the Mashel where the two rivers met directly in front of our campsite.  It was handy to fish from our campsite, but my oldest brother, Bobby and I found it to be much more fun to hike miles away and a lot of times straight through the river to find numerous fishing holes.  Sometimes we would do well and bring our catches back to the camp and sometimes we would get zonked.  No matter what we always had a fun and adventurous time.


Inevitably it would rain on Memorial Day weekend.  I remember our family preparing for our excursion weeks before the event.  We would put together our lists.  Camping gear, fishing gear, food, clothes, etc.  All the time realizing there were 6 of us in 1 car with 1 trunk.  It was a science my dad had down to a T when he packed the trunk.  Everything had a place.  All this preparation and excitement would come to a crescendo as we watched the upcoming weather forecast on the news.  Despite our hopes and prayers, we were often faced with the decision of whether to see our trip through or not due to rain.  As the threat of rain loomed, often times, the proverbial “family meetings” were called to discuss our decision to tough it out and I am proud to say that WE NEVER CANCELED A SINGLE TRIP!!

The closest we ever came was when we were half way to the river and it was absolutely pouring rain.  I mean I think it was even thundering with a little lightening!  It was bad!  We pulled into an old “eating establishment” called the “Elk Plain Café” to regroup and seriously think about this.  This café was off the highway 7 in Spanaway.  It’s close to where the Walmart is now, but back then it was in the middle of nowhere.  As we sat in the café, watching the lesser house flies flying aimlessly in circles in the center of the restaurant, and the rain continuing to pour down, I sadly felt this year’s camping and fishing trip was in dire peril!!!!  As we sat and prayed for a miracle, it happened!


The rain had stopped, momentarily,

…..and a sliver of clear sky was appearing!  It wasn’t much, but it gave us all renewed hope and a legitimate chance to cast our “yes vote” to carry on with our expedition.  With our stomachs full and the rainless black clouds looming overhead we all decided that if we were going to do this we had some serious ground to make up.  And off we went.  I don’t know why, but I recall that event so vividly, I can see it like it was yesterday.  The fact is, it rained practically the entire weekend, but we had a great time and we saw through with what we intended to do.  The campfire helped keep us warm and the rain tarp kept us fairly dry.

Our rain tarp was wisely donated to the cause by my grandpa.  He was a carpenter by trade and a very handy man.  Not that my dad wasn’t, but as mentioned before, there was no such thing as blue tarps back then.  So we weren’t really introduced to the idea of having materials such as this.  It was a pretty huge chunk of clear heavy plastic that covered the majority of our campsite (the tent and eating areas).  The only drawback was the rains would fill up in the low, sagging spots and we would constantly have to work the water away from the low spots and drain it out over the edges.  A small price to pay to stay relatively dry.


This weekend seems to come up so quickly now and our lives seem so busy that we don’t really make plans anymore.  Sure, we’ll probably have a barbecue and figure out something fun to do, but as I write this I realize just how much time our work, errands, home care (cleaning, laundry, yard work, etc.) consumes us.  I can’t necessarily change that fact, but I think this Memorial Day I’m going to take some time and reflect on the opportunities I’ve had because of the men and women that provided us this chance.

I’m also going to take some time and think about the loved ones I’ve lost personally, the good times we had, and the things they taught me that helped make me the person I am today.  Heck, I’m even going to think about the beloved pets I’ve had over the years. I’m going to take some time and remember a lot of things and think about what’s to come in the future and how I can make my life, and the people in and around my life a better place to be while we’re here.

Stay at Home Time with Five Crown card game

Homebody Activities During This “Stay at Home Time”

This stay at home stuff is difficult, but there are some things we can do now that we never seemed to have the time to do previously. I’ve compiled a list of ideas of what my wife and I, friends, and family are doing.

15 “Stay at Home Time” activities:

  • For sports fans, the Mariners are re-airing classic games. 
  • Sling TV has added several new networks to their repertoire at no additional cost.
  • HBO is offering free services.
  • My mother-in-law just finished the main part of a very difficult (and beautiful) Alaskan quilt. She now has to wait for the fabric store to re-open to get the border and backing materials! 
  • I get daily email messages from a buddy of mine (hello Big Mike). I’m sure he spends hours surfing and compiling his various jokes, facts, videos, etc. It keeps him occupied during this stay at home time and gives several of us, on the feed, some chuckles and important insight.
  • Pull out some old photos and organize them. You can really get caught up in that for hours!
  • You can rent movies that were recently out in theaters for cheap. We watched Once upon a Time in Hollywood the other night for $2.99!!  There’s a ton of stuff on TV.
  • Anybody still have DVD’s and a DVD player? How about a VCR?  Dig those old classics out! It’s the only way I know of to watch Cool Hand Luke (one of my all time favorite movies).
  • Cooking! My wife loves to cook. We’ve been trying all kinds of new dishes. If you have any good recipes, please share them. 
  • Read a good book. I’m currently reading a good one from David Baldacci-The Fallen. My wife is trying to get through a book called The Lost Man written by Jane Harper. It was highly recommended to her but she’s having a hard time getting into it. I guess it’s starting to get good in the twelfth chapter (yikes!). My mother-in-law has resorted to re-reading The Pillars of the Earth trilogy by Ken Follett. She and I read this series a few years ago, they are epic masterpieces (in my opinion) but it’s a real time investment as they are very lengthy books. 
  • Playing cards. We play a game called Five Crowns. It’s pretty fun-we play each hand for quarters.
  • Happy hour with a wine and a beer listening to music.
  • Yard work!!! I’ve been spending hours out there cleaning up from the winter-weeding, moss out, pressure washing, raking, mowing, clipping, etc. I’ll be ready for fresh soil in the raised garden beds, herb beds, and re-seeded grass areas of the lawn. Then it’ll be time for bark.  Still much to do out there!!
  • Exercise. We’re putting a quasi-schedule together for our treadmill and total gym. Walking outdoors is great when the weather cooperates. Remember social distancing when you’re out in places like the Ruston Waterfront Park or Chambers Bay.
  • Finally, how ‘bout a nap? Not that I’ve had much of a chance to partake, but it sounds great!


My wife and I actually spend much of our time at work still.

Our heart goes out to all of those who are out of work due to the stay at home restrictions. We are proud to be able to supply our employees with steady work, and paychecks, as part of an essential business. 

Though we have slowed down considerably, we continue to supply full paychecks by filling our employees “down time” with cleanup work on the office, vehicles, equipment, etc. It also gives us a chance to train, re-train, and study. 

We understand these are trying times for everyone and we hope and pray for everyone’s health and survival…now and in the upcoming months and even years. 


A special offer:

If you are in need of pest control, we appreciate you supporting a local small business like LIND PEST CONTROL to take care of your needs. In recognition of these hard times, we are offering $50.00 off of any initial service in the month of April. We hope this allows you to get the professional help you need, with pests, at a bargain rate.

Thank you, stay safe, and God bless


Banner image for Lind Pest Control & Inspection Services logo, Randy & Beth Lind, owners for 20 years

A Special Pest Control Offer to Help Families

Wow!!  What a difference a couple of weeks makes!

We’ve seen our lives turned upside down in many, many ways.  My heart truly goes out to all of those who have been seriously affected by this virus.  Especially for the families of loved ones who have passed from it.  I think it’s taken a while for everyone to really understand just how serious this pandemic is.  We’ve gone from not worrying too much about it, when it was over in China, to casual acceptance when it reached our shores (maybe a little more than casual around here, since we were one of the first states to report that the virus had reared it’s ugly head here), to lockdown or stay at home mode in many states.


These times are indeed very difficult.

I thought I might shed light on some of the wonderfully positive things going on out there while our great country works on uniting itself, once again, in the face of crisis.

  1. Everyday I am hearing of fast food chains, coffee shops donut shops, restaurants, etc. offering their products and services, for free, to folks in need and/or first-responders and healthcare workers.
  2. How about our own Russell Wilson who donated a million meals to the local Seattle community via Food Lifeline.
  3. Drew Breeze donated 5 million dollars to his Louisiana community!!!!  Did you happen to catch his interview with Hoda Kotb on the Today Show?
  4. How about Elton John’s The iHeart Living Room Concert for America?  It was a fundraiser on Fox last night.  There were a lot of  performers who donated their time and talent to the cause.  It was quite interesting to see celebrities scaled down, by themselves, with little to no background music nor other aids.  I applaud them for putting themselves out there like that.
  5. Personally, my wife and I have been grocery shopping and doing pharmacy runs etc. for family and friends whom are in need of our assistance.  A phone call to them, email, Facebook, or Facetime has helped to lift all of our spirits.
  6. There are countless more heartwarming stories of generosity and pay it forward acts.  Please practice these, if you are able, and share your stories on our Facebook page.


Here’s What LIND PEST CONTROL Is Doing to Help Families:

As a state and federally recognized essential industry, we are continuing to work hard keeping disease ridden pests from infiltrating your homes and compromising your families’ health.  Through the continual use of our PPE (personal protective equipment) we are bound and determined to continue our important work while keeping ourselves, and you and your families’ safe from exposure.




No gimmicks, no corners cut.  You will get the exact same excellent, devoted service that our customers have come to know.  Although it is a hard time for us, we feel it is important to pass on as much savings as we can and contribute in our own way to this cause.  Keeping commerce going is an integral part of fighting this thing and not letting it get the best of us.  We believe this offer will help families get the very best in pest control while receiving a break on the price.

Until this passes, our family and our employees and their families are taking part in all of the guidelines set forth to battle this virus.  Staying at home, social distancing, washing our hands frequently, and sanitizing our homes and workplace regularly are all steps in the right direction.


Please stay safe and healthy, and thank you for your support and God bless.

Merry Christmas from Lind Pest Control

Merry Christmas

As the eve of Christmas day approaches,
And we’ve taken care of a million roaches,
We turn to more important things,
Like the joy this special season brings.

Family first, the good lord too,
Are things we treasure the whole year through.
So here at Lind from ours to yours,
We thank you all, your support endures.

We try so hard, and do our best,
To rid your home of every pest,
To our clientele, we tip our hats,
And save you all from mice and rats.

To us there is no greater deed,
Than helping folks with a greater need,
So every time does our phone ring
I’m reminded why we do this thing.

Here’s to this year, and one’s to come,
We raise a toast and put up our thumb,
Family, friends, community too,
The very Happiest of holidays to you!

To all of you from all of us here at Lind Pest Control,

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!!!!!!!

Zoolights Tacoma 2018 Point Defiance Copyright

Experience the Feeling and Joy of Christmas

It seems like the holidays come and go so quickly, with so much to do, we often forget to take the time to enjoy the fun events that are out there this time of year.  As I write this, we have already missed out on a few events we usually catch.  We didn’t see The Trans Siberian Orchestra show this year.  I highly recommend this show.  This should be on your bucket list if you are a fan of Good ol’ Rock-n-Roll with great guitar playing and singing.  The special effects are out of this world!!!  The Christmas theme makes it a no-brainer must-see holiday event!

With that in mind, I am going to make a concerted effort to take the time to see some of the wonderful things out there this time of year.  Below is a small compilation of holiday events.


Visit Santa

Watson’s nursery – Puyallup: Friday Dec 6th and Dec 13

Wright park conservatory – Tacoma: Sat Dec 7th 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Old town Tacoma – Job Carr cabin museum: Dec 14th

Lemay car museum – Tacoma: Dec 14,15,20,21

Skansie Brothers park – Gig Harbor: Dec 7th  5-6 p.m.

Fox Island museum – Fox Island: Dec 7th  1-4 p.m.

Log cabin museum – Port Orchard: Dec 7/8 & 13/14


Other Fun Stuff

See the Reindeer at Watson’s Nursery – Puyallup: Dec 6th & 13th

Santa’s wonderland at Bass Pro Shop – Tacoma

Zoolights Point Defiance – Tacoma: ‘til Jan 5th

Ice skating at Point Ruston: ‘til Jan 5th

University Place Tree lighting: Dec 6th 4-7 p.m.

Multicare/Mary Bridge Children’s Festival of trees Tacoma convention center

Puyallup main street Santa Parade – Puyallup: Sat Dec 7th

Light Plantasia at Seymour conservatory at Wright park – Tacoma : Dec 10-15th

Gig Harbor tree lighting – Skansie brother’s park: Dec 7th  5-6:30 p.m.

Lighted boat parade – Gig harbor marina/waterfront: Dec 14 5 p.m.


Experience the feeling and joy of Christmas

These are but a few ideas for fun holiday events.

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My wife, Beth, and I will again be choosing a few charities, this year, for donation.   The Galaxy theater in Gig Harbor has a wonderful idea of donating to kids that do not receive anything for Christmas.  They have a tree in the lobby with tags on it.  The tags have a boy or girl with their age and what they would like for Christmas.  You pick a tag, purchase the gift, and bring the tag and gift back to the theater.  We did this when we saw the Christmas movie “Last Christmas” a couple of weeks ago.  If you are able, please consider donating to those in need this holiday season.  No matter how big, or small, every bit counts.  Your generosity goes a long way to help folks in need and it feels good to help others.

From the Lind family to all of yours, Have a happy Holiday season!

Snow days From memories as a kid growing up in University Place to running a business and still finding time to play in the snow. What's your snow story?

Ahh, snow days…..

Remember when we were kids and the snow started falling?  What an exciting and glorious feeling.  The possibilities were endless:  School being canceled, riding our sleds and inner tubes down the hills, snowball fights,  building snow fort walls for our snowball fights, making snowmen and snow angels, etc.  I think the best feeling was that the big world, we lived in, suddenly came to a standstill and we all just enjoyed the simplicity of having fun with no responsibilities nor commitments.  We had an excuse “It’s snowing, I can’t be expected to be anywhere or do much of anything.  Even our parents seemed to give in to the idea that this was like a mini vacation, a reprieve, to take a day or two and enjoy the beauty and simplicity of no expectations.


Memories as a kid……….

As a kid growing up, in University Place, in the 1970’s I remember snow days of epic proportions.  Back then there were a lot of woods and hilly terrains which were perfect for designing courses for our inner tube and sled runs.  There were a lot of kids throughout the adjoining neighborhoods which made for great snowball fights and inner tube run competitions.  Probably my favorite run was a course we called Knoll’s hill.  It was a steep windy track at the back of our friend E.J.’s house.  It led to the swampland down below.  The hill was surrounded by trees and underbrush but the windy path itself was rather smooth and had natural berms on the sides.    After a few runs, the snow packed down nicely and iced over.  We could build up some pretty good speed on our inner tubes and found that if we built a jump about halfway down, we could catch some pretty good air.  I remember being out there so long that I was practically frostbitten (it seemed) I was so cold.  It didn’t take long for my Waffle Stompers (very much the style in footwear back then) to get wet and not hold much heat.  We didn’t have all the fancy high- tech clothing we have now.  Regardless, we always had great times.


Lessons learned……..

We had a lot of ponds in University Place back then.  They iced over and were so Thick that we could walk on them.  There was one down by the church, in Fircrest, on 40th (Emerson) between 67th and Alameda that people actually ice skated on.  There was the one by Knoll’s hill, and then there was one, in the woods (at the time),  behind Bridgeport., between 40th and 44th.  I remember I was walking to school, one morning, and I took a short cut, through the woods (as I always did).  It was snowing slightly, as I came upon the pond, and decided to cross over it instead of walking around it as usual.  I knew it had been really cold, for days, and the pond would be iced over pretty good.   Jogging down the hill toward the pond, and as my feet hit the ice, they came out from underneath and I landed flat on my back, hitting my head on the ice.  I don’t know if I was knocked out completely or not, but I must have laid there on that ice for a good 5 minutes or so.  That day I learned a valuable lesson about making poor decisions, hastily thinking I was indestructible, and the general rule of the theory of relativity!!!  Anyway, I eventually got up, shook it off, and made my way to school no worse for wear, but with a nice lump on the back of my head.


Young adult snow years……………..

Woohoo!!!  The snows seemed to lessen from year to year as I got older.  It hardly ever snowed, and when it did, it was very light, and it did not last.  That is until the late nineteen eighties.  The snow fell for days one year and seemed to shut everything down.  My best friend, Ty, and I were roommates at a fourplex down at Mason Loop Drive on Tyler street.  There was so much snow that accumulated that our power went out.  We couldn’t drive to work or anywhere else.  So, what were a couple of young guys to do but venture out and see what was going on in the world?  We hiked through snow that accumulated to a depth up to our knees.  We walked down Tyler street towards Center Street and ended up at a tavern, in Oakland, called the nineteenth hole.  The group of us had a great time.  We met everybody from around the area who was in the same boat as us.  Again, that feeling of the world kind of stopping for a while, with no expectations, and shooting the breeze and having a good time with folks that are in the same situation and making the best of it.


Adult snow years…………..

It must have been in the nineties when we had the big ICE STORM.  It was snowing too, but I remember the ice was so damaging to our trees etc.  My girlfriend, Beth (who is now my wife) and I were living in a small house on North 44th street.  The power was out at our house and we decided to take a walk in the snow.  It was such a beautiful sight to see all of the white snow all around and it was equally beautiful and even more fascinating to see all of the ice that had formed on EVERYTHING.  Although the damage the ice had caused was considerable, it was still a sight to see.  As we walked through the neighborhood, we soon found the source of our power failure.  A live wire was on the street and sparking and jumping around.  We decided to take a detour.  We ended up walking down Pearl street to Indochine.  At the time, it was a relatively new restaurant to the area (it is still there) and we decided to give it a try.  It was fabulous!  Another find that we probably would never have gotten around to trying if we didn’t have this circumstance come up.

Mid 2000’s The Big Snow!!!!!…………..

We hadn’t had much snow for years.  It was nearing the holidays and it was getting pretty cold outside.  I was putting in a full day of pest control as the snow started to fall late afternoon.  It wasn’t seeming to stick, too much, and I had a 4-wheel drive truck, so I wasn’t too worried.  My route was in Gig Harbor that day and since we lived there, I planned on finishing my day out and taking my truck home.  My wife Beth was back at our Tacoma office and she made sure that everything was in order there.  The technicians were called in from the field and they, along with the office staff, were sent home early as a safety precaution.  I had one more job, in the field, left to do.  It was a treatment for a family who were having issues with rats at their house and I wanted to get it done for them.  By the time I reached the house, the snow was really coming down and it was sticking.  As I came around the corner, to their street, I saw that their house was up a fairly steep hill and the driveway was a steep downward hill!


I parked my truck at the bottom of their street and hiked up to their house.

After I got all of the lowdown, on the problem, it was time to inspect and put a plan of action into place.  After several trips back and forth to my truck (for coveralls, equipment, etc.) I put my plan of attack into place and I was ready to wrap things up and go.  This was about an hour and a half later and I hadn’t really paid attention to the snowfall.  When I got in my truck, it hit me that the streets and everything else was blanketed with snow.  I was about 5 or 6 miles from my home, so I put the truck in 4 wheel and off I went.  My truck was making it pretty good, through the snow, and there wasn’t anyone else on the back roads of the Ray Nash area.  As I came upon the old Sehmel homestead (which is now Sehmel Park) I approached the corner of Chapman/ 78th and Sehmel Drive.  There was a guy standing by his car at the side of the road, so I stopped to see if he needed some help.  He told me he didn’t need help, he was just looking at, and contemplating, the steep menacing hill he had to go down then immediately continue up the hill after you reach the bottom.  I told him that I would “plow the way” for him with my truck, as I needed to go this way to get home and advised him to get up to a steady rate of speed and continue it down and up the long steep hills.  I wished him good luck and off I went to blaze the trail.  It was a piece of cake!!!  Of course, I had a 4-wheel drive, but I’m quite sure he was able to make it through.  A few minutes later I was turning the corner to my neighborhood.  When I arrived at my house, my wife was just finishing up shoveling the entire driveway!!


Little did we know…..

We were in for much more snow to come and we would be shoveling the driveway a few more times!!  The snow proved to be a real force that year.  We missed several days of work, and our power was out for 3 or 4 days.   A friend lent us a small generator that we could plug 2 things into temporarily (a hair dryer and a coffee pot), which came in handy when it came time to get ready for our company Christmas party at C.I. Shenanigans.  I really feel for folks when we hear that their power has been out for an extensive period of time.   We take a lot of our simple day to day conveniences for granted.  The power finally came on towards Christmas and we were able to have our family over for a nice dinner.  The main roads were now clear, but a lot of snow and ice remained on our neighborhood streets.  That is until a local “neighbor” with a big bulldozer came by and cleared pathways throughout the neighborhood streets!  Again, there’s something about snow that brings people together and forms a camaraderie.  That gesture really went a long way to make our family “get together” very heartwarming and reinforced the very value of Christmas.  That gift was better than any present we received that year.

Today’s snow day…………..

We didn’t think much of it when we saw the reports leading up to today.  Everything seemed to indicate that it was going to be a dusting without much effect.  As we Snow days From memories as a kid growing up in University Place to running a business and still finding time to play in the snow. What's your snow story?saw it snowing, during the super bowl (yawn) we still didn’t think it was going to be much of a problem for work the next day.  Still, Beth and I have a business and a priority to our customers and our employees, so we watched the news and wondered what tomorrow would hold as we closed our eyes for the night.  As we awoke and looked outside, we saw the white dusting of a light blanket of snow on the lawns and streets.  It didn’t look like anything too intimidating nor worthy of stopping our daily routine.  We watched the news as we got ready for work.  Reports were a “mixed bag”.  Some areas were worse than others, but as a whole, it didn’t look too bad.  We decided to drive into work to get a better feel for the streets and surrounding neighborhoods.  As we drove through our Gig Harbor neighborhood and onto the freeway, it seemed like there was not going to be much of an issue that would prevent us from working today.  The Narrows Bridge actually did have “severe side winds” as the flashing sign always reports (even on calm days) and the snow was picking up again.  We approached our exit at 6th and Pearl and discovered quite a bit of snow and Ice on the street and the traffic light was out.  Making our way down 6th ave it was the same story.  Did the City of Tacoma not even prepare for this?   Every one of our dedicated employees showed up to work today.  Even the ones living in Lacey and Longbranch.  There were no excuses and no sniveling about having to work out in the cold.  Nevertheless, Beth and I had a decision to make.


We did not want to put our employees in harm’s way, nor inconvenience our customers.

We decided to take a wait and see approach.  As we watched the snow coming down at a pretty good pace, along with the wind, it took about 15 minutes for us to come to the conclusion that it was in everyone’s best interest to call it.  We wanted to make sure that the employees, especially the ones living far out, could get home safely and our customers were getting the best that we could give.  We sent everyone home and called all of our customers who were scheduled for today, to reschedule.   After shoveling and de-icing the office sidewalks, Beth and I headed to our snow day…………..The Clover Leaf!!!!  That “Monster” is truly delicious, isn’t it?  I hope everyone had a safe and fun snow day!

Grown up decisions…………..

Obviously, there are many, many more stories of snow days growing up, these are the few that first pop into my head.  As I read them over, I can see how priorities change as we grow older and take on new responsibilities.  What once was a day that we saw to take advantage of a free day, we now, as business owners, look at a snow day as a day that we need to analyze and worry about how we are going to make it work.  My wife and I have always loved the snow, and always will.  There’s something about a fresh blanket of snow that makes everything look so clean and sound so quiet and peaceful.  It does create many issues we never thought about when we were kids and happy to have a free day to play out in the snow with our friends…….

What’s your snow day story?…………..

We’d love to hear from you and share your stories