Saturday, March 15
I have a few more pictures to help you visualize what it was like to attend our local mud sale.
Outside wagonload sale
Outside the furniture tent.
There were some “interesting” things in the field rows.
I went back to the animal pens because there were too many people there during my first visit.
This little guy was mesmerized with the calves.
He stood there for a long time without moving.
Even when his dad talked to him, he didn’t move.
I am fascinated with carriages, but since I don’t have a horse, I didn’t bid on any. 🙂
I had never seen inside a buggy, so opened the door and was surprised by the beautiful interior.
Notice the second seat.
Cerwin was disappointed that I didn’t take a picture of the dashboard.
I was parked at our nieces home not far from the back field, so my last pictures were taken when I stopped and turned around to look at the line of straw, hay, and corn fodder bales.
Our small village comes alive with buggies, cars, buses, and people on this day.
People park their vehicles anywhere there is a spot (and it’s not roped off), and shuttle buses take people back and forth from the fire hall to several local churches – including ours.
After I got home, Cerwin and I shared one of the delicious (cream-filled) donuts I had purchased.
So ended my annual visit to the mud sale.