These little pretties were picked up at a garage sale
for .50 a piece and the runner was only $1.00! I
got 20 little doilies --there were multiples of some
which will be nice. I also picked up three aprons
too, one of which was a children's apron. No
dinner that Mr. Ken and I went to today with his
Dad. If anyone knows what this is-please let me
know. My father-in-law said they grow from little
black seeds. The flowers themselves look like
velvet. Really pretty!
THE most important part of this outing was THE
FOOD! Those ladies (and guys) sure know how
to cook! On the menu one could have ham or
turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet kraut home-
made noodles, dressing and green beans. PLUS
PIE. YUM! YUM!
As we were driving to the country church we saw many
barns and farms. I was able to snap some while Ken
was driving. Here's the first complete with a Silo.
I love farms and barns. Can you tell?
Louisburg--they were having Cider Fest. Ken's dad
wanted to pick up a bushel of apples to make apple-
sauce! Oh, goodie. :) The cider mill is famous in
these parts for of course the CIDER and their
APPLE CIDER DOUGHNUTS. See those
morsels below. Yep that's them!
eaten WARM but they are good room temperature
too. ~Keep on Dreaming~