Later we headed up to the rec hall for the potluck dinner. It looked like there was a lot of good food. However, by the luck of the draw, our table was called last. Now I know one of the sacrifices Howard and Linda make at the rally. They followed us, and, unfortunately, a lot was already gone. There was still enough left, though, and I even went back for seconds. Good food, good eatin'.
After the potluck we made a quick run back to the trailer to get rid of our dishes, and then it was back to the rec hall for the RV-DREAMS Family Feud. We played this game last year also, and it's fun to listen to some of the answers. Our teams were the same as they were for Tuesday night's icebreaker. Everyone had a number on their name tag, and you had to go to that numbered table. Each team had to come up with a name. My team was at table number four and Bill came up with the name Fourplay. Terri's team was called The Gorgeous Georges. Howard was the "game show host" and, like last year, did an excellent job of hosting. It was a lot of fun, and we all had plenty of laughs.
Tomorrow is the designated free day. There are no official planned activities, however some have organized various daytime activities including zip lining, golf, a fly fishing demonstration, a Flowbee haircutting demonstration, and evening activities including poker and a show at the Grand Majestic Theater called