Saturday, March 21
Love her boots.
I was there only fifteen minutes when I met our Canadian friends.
I was so pleased to see Merle & Rita (left), because we were unable to attend the ministry banquet the night before. He is CEO of Living Hope Native Ministry, Red Lake, Ontario, Canada.
They were with our good friends Orpha and Gary (right).
After a short visit, I moved on to look for more photo ops so our daughter Deb has some good choices for the Mud Sale Magazine.
Furniture tent auction
Homemade ice cream
I noticed these young ladies making smoothies as I waited in line for a cup of chicken corn soup.
This was my view in the craft tent where my sister had a front row seat reserved for me.
I listened to the auction, relaxed for awhile, and enjoyed my chicken corn soup.
Oh, look who just joined us!
Our great-grandson, Anthony, and his mama Abby.
I walked around the tent and looked at crafts that would be coming up for sale.
This little guy made me smile – I think I will bid on him.
I got him for $10.00.
This was my favorite moment of the mud sale – when a young Amish girl picked up a plaque and showed it to her dad. I waited for his expression before snapping the picture.
This is why he was smiling.
By the time I left the craft tent, the mud had gotten even worse, as the temperature had risen and the snow was melting.
Lots of young boys earn tips by hauling purchases for successful bidders.
I will post Part 3 tomorrow evening.