Troy wanted to play in the water fountain.
This morning Bill put on his glasses but they fell apart in his hands.
They broke across the bridge. We were just leaving for the Oronoco Gold Rush Days so he put on his prescription sunglasses. Dave was at the Dodge dealer to have his EGR repaired so we took Sherry with us and he spent time with Dani and Troy while waiting for the truck.
This small village had people and cars everywhere. All the local residents sell parking spots in their lawns. Most were full but we found one empty.
I showed this to Sherry and asked if she liked this model. She looked it over and said there was a hole in the screen. Other than that, I think they would have traded for it.
Every nook and cranny had tables set up. The problem was there wasn't an orderly way to go up and down the aisles.
Everyone who knows Bill knows he wants to get his hair cut where they have a barber pole outside. I suggested we buy that one, and I could cut his hair. They wanted $350 for it. I think we'll pass.
Here's a Chevrolet that bit the dust. They made it into a bench. See Jim, they don't all work. They wanted $1,400 for it or we would have bought it for him. Yeah, sure!
The terrain was hilly and there were a lot of obstacles to watch out for. We walked around until we didn't feel like walking anymore without buying a thing. There were plenty of tables we missed but I think it would be impossible to see all of them in one day but there's still Saturday and Sunday.
We went back to Tilly's and Dani contacted Costco about Bill's glasses. They can't weld titanium which his frames are but they said to bring them in and see if another frame will fit the lenses. His frame has been discontinued.
Off to Costco again and in no time at all the girl removed his lenses with a safety pin and put them in a new frame. She even adjusted my glasses and put different nose pads on Bill's. Eighty one dollars later Bill had a pair of glasses.
Dave picked his truck up and the dealer told him to bring it back on Tuesday for the repair but not to drive it too much.