monument at Chahor
We visited a few graveyards and churches after breakfast
Pat carved lambs out of butter - they looked too good to eat!
We had a hearty breakfast Sunday morning
There were quite a few old churches in the town
hallway in the Smoky Lake in - looks like a scary movie
We checked into the Smoky Lake Inn. It looks pretty sketchy but the room was okay.
They sure like pumpkins in Smoky Lake
Ben and his cousin Colton
Multitalented Pat ran the kitchen
After visiting the graves, we had a huge Ukrainian feast.
Uncle Bob and Uncle Dave at the Chahor monument
Jackie and Emmalie
Our nephew Dylan spies Cly taking his picture
Lots of food Saturday evening
Head table - Mike Borhen, Tom Rosychuk, Mary Rosychuk, Annie Prusko, Eleanor Sorokan, Patricia Gogowich and Jackie Oranchuk with Emmalie Shurtz.
Jackie Oranchuk emceed the event
Madison Shurtz concentrates on her strawberries
Ben Shurtz hears something interesting
Emmalie and Connie Shurtz
Darcie's Uncle Mike holding a tile Darcie's sister Sherie gave to their mom. You can order them at www.wordtothewall.com
Linda's Market was colorful
We stopped at Linda's Market and got some pickles.
We had some time after registration (like 3 hours) so we did some sightseeing in Smoky Lake
We registered at the reunion in the afternoon. Jackie Oranchuk, Darcie's mom, was running the show.
We drove to Smoky Lake Saturday morning. You can see the hospital right behind the sign. Cly spent an hour there chatting with nurse Lindsay and Dr. Young.
Our bro-in-law Dwayne gives Jackie a hand drawing names for the door prizes