Mud Sale Quilts and Young Entrepreneurs

Saturday, March 15

Quilts (1)My view of people as I walked toward the quilt tent.

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Quilts (4)The auctioneer was selling small quilted items when I was there, so I had to settle for pictures of the few quilts that were hanging or those folded neatly on the rack.

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Quilts (13)After visiting the quilt tent, I again walked through the food area.

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Quilts (15)Then I went on to observe the wagon-load auctions.

Quilts (16)This one seemed to be of interest to collectors ~ sports cards, model trucks, etc.

Quilts (17)Young entrepreneurs could be seen in most areas of the property – looking for someone who needed their items delivered to a car, buggy, or waiting shuttle bus.

I don’t think they charged for their service, but hoped for a tip.

Quilts (18)The shrubbery and flower sale was going on as I approached.

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Quilts (20)These two were transporting a load of plants for someone.

Quilts (21)I didn’t notice the tag on back of the wagon until I cropped this picture ~ so cropped the tag and darkened it to see what it said.

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Quilts (23)Another set of young delivery boys. It appeared that they were working for the lady on the left.

Quilts (24)There will be one more set of pictures tomorrow night.

2 thoughts on “Mud Sale Quilts and Young Entrepreneurs

  1. The Amish quilts are so beautiful — it’s a shame that you were not able to photograph some of the larger ones, but those you did are wonderful 🙂 ! I love the little boys and their entrepreneurial approach to helping people!

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