Here you are, children .... mega pictures of the weekend. As I said in yesterday’s post, I cannot tell you where we were in fear of having to shoot you. But it was a good Trade Fair and the children enjoyed the day of demonstrations. The building was a large, long one with three main rooms and many side rooms that were classrooms. We had “Doc” – who does coffee, tea, breakfasts and lunches at a minimal fee. We had brought cooked turkey for sandwiches (along with bread and the fixings, of course), pre-cooked bacon and mini-hot dogs for breakfast meats, a package of rolls (I didn’t have energy enough to bake rolls) and coffee packets and tea bags for hot drinks. I also made some French bread and cream cheese with olives for a spread for snacks. So food was never an issue but we went to KFC for supper on Thursday night as a treat and had enough for lunch on Friday and even the leftovers today for lunch.
One night we had a piper playing the bags, marching around the area. He was very pleasant to listen to.
All in all, it was a good trip, a good weekend and fun was had by all. We are glad to be home in our own home, our own beds. Peanut is willing to let me be more than 1 foot away from her, now. She is back to napping in her favorite spot in the studio, where she can see me but not have to touch me. I am comfortable in sweat pants and shirt - not that the costume isn't comfortable, but I am a little bit warmer. Norm is outside cutting wood - he has promised for years to make another folding table for our camping and has decided that TODAY is the DAY to do so.
Our chickens did well while we were gone, thanks to the loving care of my sister and brother-in-law. They are staying inside in this cold weather, but are comfy and cozy in the barn and laying their wonderful eggs.
It looks to be a beautiful, if chilly day again. You have a beautiful day!