The morning was beautiful and we were anxious to visit with Eddie and Christina again. About 9 am they pulled in and Eddie came to the door with one of Christina's delicious apple creations.
Why, oh why, did we have a big breakfast? There was so many good things to eat at the farmers market. We remembered being there the last time we were in Darby. Everyone had samples to try. I did get some onion and chives cheese curds. Sorry I didn't think to take any pictures of the market.
Our next stop was a memorial park for veteran's. Eddie saw his carved stone for his service in the Vietnam War. It was very well done. This was the first time Eddie had seen it.
The town of Hamilton had a free art show. There were some beautiful paintings and sculptures. There were good paintings but we've seen Christina's paintings and hers are better than the professionals. I'll try and take some photos of her work tomorrow and you'll know I'm not exaggerating!
As we were driving up to the auction house, we found some more garage sales. Prices are so much better here than in Arizona. Check out the loot in the truck.
Eddie and Christina wanted to check out the auction house which is having an estate sale tomorrow.
Eddie drove us up to Painted Rock. As we were driving along, I said to Eddie that we needed to find another doe with a fawn as we all saw the one yesterday but no one thought to take a picture. As we were coming out of a curve there were two guys on the road and one guy was holding a fawn. The fawn was alive but injured. It was so sad.
The reservoir was beautiful. There were few people there for such a beautiful Saturday.
Back down on Highway 93 we stopped to take pictures of Trapper Peak