And since I don't like to do anything half-way, I joined the Chaparral Genealogical Society, even before Maxine Heath's presentation about Sacajawea's son. That's right. They had me at, "Would you like some coffee and donuts?"
Seriously, though, I had a fabulous time. Next month's presentation is "Migration routes...Trails and Roads In Early America, Your Pathway to Early America" by Linda Jameson. And I think I've mentioned before about my crazy outrageous fascination with migrations. No? Well, I have this crazy outrageous fascination with migration routes. [Nodding head.] Therefore, even if they had no coffee [Gasp!] and no donuts [Gasp!], I'd be going back. [And I'd bring the coffee and donuts myself.]
[And just between you, me, and the gatepost? I would've spent a lot more than $12 for membership. They were such a welcoming group of people, and I look forward to getting to know them better. And going to lunch with them next time. Yeah. They also "do" lunch afterwards. Love it.]