The Activities Continue (Page Three)
The kids really enjoyed having their own area as evidenced by it being backed for hours on end!
You Must Climb A Mountain To Work An Appetite
Go gettum' Nick
Meanwhile in the bouncy house
Worried parents look on
Did you know? - A caricature can refer to a portrait that exaggerates or distorts the essence of a person or thing to create an easily identifiable visual likeness. In literature, a caricature is a description of a person using exaggeration of some characteristics and oversimplification of others.
Caricatures can be insulting or complimentary and can serve a political purpose or be drawn solely for entertainment. Caricatures of politicians are commonly used in editorial cartoons, while caricatures of movie stars are often found in entertainment magazines.
The term is derived from the Italian caricare- to charge or load. An early definition occurs in the English doctor Thomas Browne's Christian Morals, published posthumously in 1716.
The Super is feeling super!
Michele finds a drink
Now she can deal with kitty land a little better
Sue goes to provide Michele moral support
Vicky always has a smile
Did you know? - During the American Revolution, the legal separation of the Thirteen Colonies from Great Britain occurred on July 2, 1776, when the Second Continental Congress voted to approve a resolution of independence that had been proposed in June by Richard Henry Lee of Virginia. After voting for independence, Congress turned its attention to the Declaration of Independence, a statement explaining this decision, which had been prepared by a Committee of Five, with Thomas Jefferson as its principal author. Congress debated and revised the Declaration, finally approving it on July 4.
Watchout For The Prestidigitation
The magician visits!
Did you know? - Sleight of hand, also known as prestidigitation ("quick fingers") or legerdemain (from the French for "lightness of hand"), is the set of techniques used by a magician (or card sharp) to manipulate objects such as cards and coins secretly. Sleight of hand is not a separate branch of magic, but rather one of the means used by a magician to produce an effect.
It can be contrasted with the flourish, where the magician intentionally displays skills, such as the ability to cut cards one handed, which is akin to juggling. Advanced sleight of hand requires months or years of practice before it can be performed proficiently in front of spectators. Sleight of hand is mostly employed in close-up magic, but it can also be used in stage magic. There are hundreds of different sleights at the performer's disposal, but they can generally be classified into groups such as switches, changes, and others.
Count your fingers after he leaves
Did you know? - The Seven Principles Of Sleight Of Hand are:
- Palm - To hold an object in an apparently empty hand.
- Ditch - To secretly dispose of an unneeded object.
- Steal - To secretly obtain a needed object.
- Load - To secretly move an object to where it is needed.
- Simulation - To give the impression that something that has not happened, has.
- Misdirection - To lead attention away from a secret move.
- Switch - To secretly exchange one object for another.
The band is great
Ed Robinson is finding his table
You have never heard Ed play???
Ah...The old watering hole
Setting up the chip-shot contest
Ernie, Sue and Hank meet
Ernie, John and Paul
James found the hot dogs
Did you know? - A hot dog (frankfurter, wiener) is a moist sausage of soft, even texture and flavor, often made from meat slurry. Most types are fully cooked, cured or smoked. When served, it is usually hot, and is placed in a special purpose soft, sliced hot dog bun, although it is possible for them to be eaten alone. It may be garnished with mustard, ketchup, onion, mayonnaise, relish, cheese, bacon, chili or sauerkraut. The flavor can be similar to a range of meat products from bland bologna to spicy German bockwurst varieties. Hot dogs made from a range of meats are on the market, but Kosher or Halal hot dogs are typically made from beef, chicken or turkey.
So did Nick
Nick feeds his face
James Hits The Kids Buffet And Loves It
Mac and Cheese
Did you know? - Macaroni is mentioned in various medieval Italian sources, though it's not always clear whether it's a noodle or a prepared dish. However, pasta and cheese casseroles are recorded in cookbooks of the time such as the Liber de Coquina showing that they were a known style of dish. A cheese and noodle casserole known as Makerouns was recorded in an English cookbook in the 14th century. It was made with fresh hand-cut noodles which were sandwiched between a mixture of melted butter and cheese. It was apparently considered an upperclass dish even in Italy until around the 18th century.
Its popularity in the United States has been attributed to Thomas Jefferson for serving it at a White House dinner in 1802, although a spontaneous and diffuse appearance of the dish is more likely. It has been popular in the United Kingdom since the Victorian era.
Is this prestodigitation or just hunger on display?
We can dance anywhere
Robin approves... All is well
Sue and Paul
Time To Put On The Feedbag
Del was afraid they would run out of food!
He found the last hotdog
The camera is really a "hip" flask
Did you know? - The hip flask began to appear in the form recognised today in the 18th century, initially used by members of the gentry. However, less compact versions had been in production for several centuries. Notably, in the Middle Ages, there are several accounts of gutted fruit being used to store liquor. During the 18th century, women boarding docked British warships would smuggle gin into the ship via makeshift flasks, created from pig's bladders and hidden inside their petticoats. Following the act of prohibition in 1920s America, the state of Indiana banned the sale of cocktail shakers and hip flasks.
Antique hip flasks, particularly those made of silver, are now sought-after collector's items. The hip flask appears frequently in comedy, in part because it allows drinking in inappropriate situations where a bottle would not be found.
Proper etiquette shown... Wine first then the chow!
We like table #15... Good wine selection
Food disappears at an alarming rate
"Well, hello there!"
The lone coke
The bar did not go dry!
Jose is moving 90 miles and hour
The most popular place in the club.... today
DO NOT mess with the chef... He has the knife
I was just kidding about only being able to go back three times
James prepared a special plate for himself
Be careful of the rolls
"I've never seen so much dessert in one place"
Paul Used The Services Of The Bestest Sundae Maker Known To Man... Nick!
We done good! Another 1,500 calories safely packed away
M-m-m-m-m Which card shall I pick??
Time for a stroll after all that food
The perfect table
Service with a smile!
He Is A Hot Dog And Chili Kind Of Guy
No room inside that hotdog!
They said NO CALORIES, it's Sunday
Every time his elbow bends his mouth flies open... What can I do?
Now you see it; Now you don't
James fixed another plate
Dessert is served
Caught in the act!!!
NO! Not for me! I'm getting pie for Dave"
"Hey Grandma Sue... This is good!"
The girl is on a mission
The mission may be impossible
They are sure enjoying the party
Time For More Magic
Watch my hands
My hands will not leave my arms
"Not prestidigitation.... simply magic"