We are really enjoying our time here at the fairgrounds. Every evening we walk the lovely grounds.
It's amazing some of the things that have been added here on the grounds to enhance the beautiful grounds. No wonder there are so many rallies held here. It's so lifelike and what a wonderful use of old doors.
They even decorate the fence with old rakes.
Look at how they used old saws.
The only problem with so many flowers everywhere is there are a lot of bees.
Last night there were twice as many cats laying around the base of the tree. They scampered off into the barn when they saw us walk by.
Today we drove over to Shipshewana for the flea market. We weren't looking for anything special, but it was such a beautiful day we enjoyed walking the market. I did buy a picture for the coach. I love seeing all the Amish farms and their beautiful horses.
I didn't realize Bill took a backside photo of me carrying my new picture.
Bill liked the long horn grill, but didn't know where he could store it. Do you think steaks would taste better cooked on it?
Here's the picture with a lovely saying about Living Life. You can click on the photo to enlarge it to read what it says.
Now I'm not bragging, but look how good the parking is. Yep, I decided to back it in. I think Bill is getting better at giving me directions. Of course there wasn't anyone around to watch. We moved over to site #470 and before we were set up, Royce and Ruth Anne, our assistant wagon masters, arrived and parked two sites away.
It won't be long before this place will be overcome with Montana's.