Well we've been planning now for 3 years to travel to Nova Scotia to see my (LaVonnes) side of the family for Christmas and it is finally happening!! We will be leaving Dec 21st and returning Jan 10th as long as the world does not end!!
Chicken, bacon, green and red pepper, tomato, feta and banana peppers on rose sauce.
Capacoli, green pepper, onion, bacon, garlic, banana peppers and hot sauce on rose sauce.
Real Things Christmas gift envelopes were sealed today with the help of our middle son Blaize! Rocky actually only licked one envelope for the picture and Blaize licked 249 envelopes for the yearly give away!
Every year Real Things Pizza gives each customer one of these envelopes with every order through out the weeks before Christmas. The idea is to collect them until we have no more and then return them one at a time in the new year for a discount on your meal. Every envelope is a winner with discounts of 10% up to 100% off. The grand prize winner receiving a free pizza each month through 2013!
This year we have added a new twist! Whoever accumulates the most envelope redemptions between January 1st and March 10th will receive a free meal up to $50!
Happy collecting and best of luck!
Rocky and LaVonne (LaVocky) celebrated
there 14th wedding anniversary summer of 2011. Real Things Pizza Naramata
opened within months of their wedding in 1997. Pizza was served in abundance
and the event was open to the whole town of Naramata and beyond.
Congratulations on 14 years.
LaVonne and her family took part in the
filming of a B-Grade horror show filmed in Kamloops. The director was looking
for roller skating zombies and of course LaVonne aka LaViscious GouldyKnocks was
ready and willing and as it turns out her family got involved including her
three children! You can find the short 5 minute film on You Tube under "Day of the Rolling Dead a short zombie
movie" . LaViscious GouldyKnocks played on the Penticton
Pistoleras Roller Derby Team.
During previous spring breaks, Rocky and LaVonne have had the opportunity to travel to Mexico with "Live Different". http://www.livedifferent.ca/
The suburban was actually purchased to transport youth groups to Vicente Guerrero and back.
In 2005 we helped Bethel youth group to raise money for their trip by selling take and bake pizzas! 300 pizzas were made in our kitchen and transported to town to sell. Our pizza cooler was stuffed full.
Rocky quickly became well known among the young kids.
In particular the little kids would wait for Rocky to drive through their local puddle and spray them down! The suburban still has red mud residue!
One of my favorite families on the list for a new home.
A young boy trying to make a buck at the border!