Wednesday, July 30, 2008

1st Annual Pig Roast a la Cas Crew

We'll after much excitement and chatter... and perhaps squealing of the pig, we had our 1st Annual Pig Roast. Don was declared a master griller! and is now recovering from smoke inhalation! We call it the "Kirsty Ally voice" w/ that deep husky bravado that she's got going on... well, that's Don for the time being.

We had 82 ppl show up for the event - 1/2 from church and 1/2 from the community! The pond shore line was filled w/ anglers hoping to catch the "Pig of the Pond" as we fondly call our huge porker of a bass! He and his bros have been caught and released many a times!

There was canoeing and eating and fishing and eating and corn hole (ok all you non-southerners... I hope I got a pix to put up, so you can get a visual on it... nope... so, I'll have to google one and put it up), and eating and basketball and eating and socializing and eating and still having 2 huge pans full of pork... and that was only 1/2 a pig.

Anyway - thx to all who made it a blast... and hopefully more of you can make it next year... we plan to do it in June... when it's cooler!
Blogger won't allow me to put up the last few photos... there's 30 below... so, the newest post will have the rest of the Roast!












































3 comments:

KCAimee said...

I'm so jealous that I missed this. Looks like a ton of fun!

Did you ever think...way back when we were in high school and college that someday you'd be hosting a pig roast? Those Arizona folk don't know what they're missing!

Cheri w/ a "C" said...

no kidding..... no, not in a million years would I ever dream i'd be living like i'm living now... and i'd never want to go back to that city lifestyle... i can move about it just fine... but never want to engulf myself w/ its insanity! content to be the farmer's wife, except on days that Dory the cow jumps the fence.

KCAimee said...

Just looking at the picture of Hannah and I realized something. She is about the same age you and I were when we first met in the fifth grade!