No reveille on the last day of Camp Meme. We let the boys sleep as long as they wanted; they finally rose around 10:00 or 10:30.
Meanwhile, Obi & Meme were up at 6:00 am to get ready for the Porch/Yard/25-cent sale. Good thing, since the first customers showed up at 6:30! I got an ice chest ready and set up the Lemonade Stand for the boys to make a couple of bucks when they rose.
After the sale wound down, we had rest time, then had a delicious supper prepared by Jerusalem, our oldest child, the boys' Momma. She fixed Super Bowl Hoagie Rolls in honor of Father's Day; when she still lived with us (last century) she would fix these on Super Bowl Sunday.
After supper, the boys presented the stick-puppet play, "Babe, Al, & the Flood of '23," a little play about the heroics of Babe Ruth & Al Capone during the Hot Springs flash flood of 1923. The flood was real; the heroics, fiction. We all celebrated with some yummy dessert.
After the play, Camp Meme was officially over. Momma took the boys swimming again -- and Meme and Obi collapsed. See you next year!