Penryn Mud Sale ~ Part 3 of 3

Saturday, March 21

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3 (2)It was full in the quilt tent, making it difficult to get good pictures – but I got a few.

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3 (7)The ones up for auction were put on an Amish clothesline – a very creative way to display them.

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3 (8)Pretty quilts waiting to be sold.

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3 (10)This is why I got lunch early – there were long lines by late morning.

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3 (12)Pretty boots

3 (13)A good place to visit – out of the mud.

3 (14)A successful purchase.

3 (15)For sale

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3 (21)Some of the children didn’t even try to avoid the muddiest areas. 🙂

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3 (25)On the way to my car, I noticed the robins were incredibly happy with the wet ground.

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3 (27)My boots

3 (28)My purchases – a cute gourd and filled donuts (one for each of us).

4 (2)I somehow missed our granddaughter’s (Gloria) mini mule, but am glad that Roy and Deb were there when he was sold.

These are Deb’s pictures.

4 (3)The note says: My name is Joey. I’m 29 inches tall at the withers. I am a mini mule, and I’m 1 year old. My mom is a miniature horse and she is 33 1/2 inches tall at the withers. My dad is a donkey.

4 (1)Gloria (in teal) and her good friend Ashlea watched as he was sold. We were so happy for her that it brought a price way beyond what she expected.


So this closes another mud sale.

4 thoughts on “Penryn Mud Sale ~ Part 3 of 3

  1. Lovely quilts! Someday I would love to have a full-sized Amish quilt ~ ~. Do those boots ever get washed off, or do they just stay muddy until they wear out? I love that Gloria sold the mini-mule for more than she expected — congratulations to her!.

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