Residents find fun time in river ‘no matter what’

A group of women residents of Olde Millpond live on the Rogue River and make sure that, no matter what, they take advantage of their recreational opportunities to enjoy the cool waters during the hot summer. 	The gals, who call themselves The Ladies of the Rogue, shared some photographs of their summer outings, this time a tubing trip down the river starting at Richardson-Sowersby Park in downtown Rockford and floating on home. Bonnie House said the day trip went well and everyone had a good time. “No one deflated, at least not the tubes,” she stated.  	The Squire welcomes pictures of our residents enjoying the short Michigan summer or while elsewhere for vacation. Please drop them off at our office at 331 Northland Drive in Rockford or email squiremail@aol.com. We will gladly publish pictures as space allows. Enjoy!

A group of women residents of Olde Millpond live on the Rogue River and make sure that, no matter what, they take advantage of their recreational opportunities to enjoy the cool waters during the hot summer.
The gals, who call themselves The Ladies of the Rogue, shared some photographs of their summer outings, this time a tubing trip down the river starting at Richardson-Sowersby Park in downtown Rockford and floating on home. Bonnie House said the day trip went well and everyone had a good time. “No one deflated, at least not the tubes,” she stated.
The Squire welcomes pictures of our residents enjoying the short Michigan summer or while elsewhere for vacation. Please drop them off at our office at 331 Northland Drive in Rockford or email squiremail@aol.com. We will gladly publish pictures as space allows. Enjoy!

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