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The two RV Gypsies
welcomed in the year 2021
at home alone thanks to the Coronavirus restrictions.

Happy New Year -welcome 2021
slippers and coffee at home

Karen received beautiful birthday flowers from Lee, Renee and John. Much appreciated. It was her first stay-at-home-birthday. But Lee cooked Maine lobsters for her and served wine, so all was good.

Love It clipart
yellow roses from Lee flowers from Renee and John

A few days later, the whole family got together at a Mexican restaurant to celebrate her birthday and the two RV Gypsies' 55th wedding anniversary. Lee wore the shirt given to him at Christmas with photos of his grandchildren, Alex and Kristen, who were also at the Anniversary dinner.

Anniversary Balloon and yellow tulips Lee Duquette

Below: As the servers played music. sang and clapped, they plopped a Mexican sombrero on Karen's head for her to wear for a short time while in the restaurant. The great-grandchildren where thrilled to get a chance to wear it too. Hopefully the restaurant sanitizes the sombrero before and after each use. The two RV Gypsies thank their family, especially Renee and John, for a great meal and fun time with family.

Karen Duquette and her great-grandson Karen Duquette and her great-grandso
the great-granddaughter of the two RV Gypsies

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go to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies The two RV Gypsies drove their toad to Wildcat Wayside Waterfall in the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area, a South Carolina State Park Service.

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