These first four pictures are a part of the audience.
This shot looks best in black/white. It was such a tiny spot on the edge of the bigger shot.
This past winter Steve Marner was more dead than alive. God healed him and he looks better every time I see him out and about.
I don't know who this guy is but he basically stayed in the background.
John Miller, a Lengacher, Lee Swartzentruber, Glen Mullet and Darrell.
John Graber playing the accordions. He is also a harmonica player.
Dave & Doreen or is it spelled Dorene? Or do I have the names wrong altogether?
John is gone with the music. Sometimes he gets so tuned up he almost dances. I think it must be the Indian blood running in him for his great or great-great grandma was a little Indian girl in Holmes County. (PS, I am not sure anymore if John's lineage was Gypsy instead of Indian)
Martha Hostetler was send home to get her accordions and got no rest until she played a few songs.
Last but not least Homer Lambright was dragged up out of the crowd and brought in to Yodel. I decided to take most of the color out of this photo to protect him, as if he needs protection.
There were many more people singing and making music during this two hour music fest that I chose not to post. This is the last such fest on Gardenia Street until November because summer is here and there are not many people left in Pinecraft.