Our small town festival was a big hit this weekend. Full of crafts, food, and fun, it is an event people look forward to each year.
Annie, the fiberglass cow, dispenses flavored drinks. Fifty cents lets you milk her for your choice of flavors. A bargain!
People come from all over and drive their best to attend high school reunions, ham breakfasts, and concerts.
Local craftsman sell their wares and I admit that I have a checkerboard from this display. Mine came with regular pennies, and wheat pennies, set in cherry, for the checkers. My son had a successful weekend with his handmade knives, selling all but one.
Saturday afternoon brought the parade before we had a small shower.
The tractors were a big hit and this little fellow was serious about his driving.
The mules are always a favorite of mine. These two belong to one of the nicest gentleman you will ever meet.
My Dad was here for his 50th high school reunion and we had a good visit. Between all the eating, fellowship, and festivities, I think I need a day to recover.