Contemplating.

Contemplating.
Wayzata, Minnesota

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Six Word Saturday 18 Feb 2012

THIS IS A SIX WORD SATURDAY POST

     Where our friend Cate, from "Show My Face" blog suggests that......we express ourselves in six words.... 


MISSING THE THRILLS
OF LAST SATURDAY




          We were celebrating at a castle.....

Murder-Mystery at Spicer Castle on Green Lake.



 "If you want to loin da secret o' "Hal" Coppone's whereabouts,
       be in the "backroom" at S. P. Keasy's Place, tonight."

for..........

The Murder Mystery, "A Chicago Caper"

.....Our Murder Mystery began.....in September 1928 some where in Chicago.....


Waiting for the suspects to arrive.......
Check-in for tonight's Murder Mystery
at
SPICER CASTLE


Totally exciting because this Murder Mystery
involved family and friends.
No strangers!
Then everyone heads to their room
or cabin to change into character!


Two hours until our Murder-Mystery-Dinner party.....

this is gonna be some night!


While preparing for our Chicago-Caper Murder-Mystery,
the castle itself is sprucing up,
the staff makes a perfect experience.


Let the characters roll in...there's Silky M. Adam and Billy, while Torchy and Charlie "Golf Bag" Marconi are coming up behind.....

Ernie (Bet a Million) G. Ambler has a deep dark secret to share....about gorgeous flappers and wads of loot!

                                   So isn't it easy to say this Saturday will long be remembered.  I'm hoping your Saturday or some other Saturday will be as memorable for you too!  Want to see what's going on in other 6WS blogs.... go here


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13 comments:

Jim said...
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Jim said...

Hi Karen ~~ I am thinking you enjoyed yourselves at the Murder-Mystery even though it was really corny.

I didn't have my camera with me (a rarity for me) but we also witnessed a Murder-Mystery with a dinner on Valentines Day.

Our group was called "Death by Chocolate" and they came to us. They also have four theatre locations, one is a Castle in Fredericksburg, Texas.
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laurak@forestwalkart said...

i've enevr been to one of those murder mystery dinners!
kind of like CLUE...but for real...sort of.
looks like fun! hopefully you'll be continuing with this one....

sage said...

That looks like such a perfect setting for a murder mystery! I did one of those once and it was a lot of fun.

Elaine said...

That looked like great fun!

Karen S. said...

Sage, This was our second time there! This one was more about finding the loot that was stolen then a murder...and I liked the murder mystery end much more!

Judie said...

Karen, this looks like amazing fun!!

Karen S. said...

Judie- It was so much fun...my life must be so boring that I've been reliving this all week long!ha ha!

Karen S. said...

Judie....possibly a wee bit too much wine consumed...or maybe not...gotta live it up once in awhile, right!

Fi said...

I've always wanted to go to one of these. Sounds like you had a great night

TICKLEBEAR said...

Sounds like you had fun!!
So, who done it?
;)~
HUGZ

A Paperback Writer Photos said...

I like the castle photo. :)

Anonymous said...

Your hair is even prettier than I remember,..