Tonight was a fund raiser for the expense of the upcoming Haiti Benefit Auction. Being this is still Christmas Vacation, the turnout was very good. At least there were a lot of people taking out food.
A take out of seven boxes on the back of the bike.
And the sun set.
The eleven o'clock Scat bus run to Siesta Beach from the Amish church on Hines Street in Pinecraft. The people were packed in like sardines, with Sam being the last one on.
Hair of Gold
One Pioneer bus came in loaded. Christmas Vacation continues.
Gospel Express was at the Pinecraft Park tonight.
The Bike Shop on Kruppa Street is open for business, selling Lady Finger Popcorn from Indiana and renting out bikes.
Pouring cement from the street to the front door.
I don't know the story behind this, except a man took off his shoes, coat and hat.
Working on a gutter.
Crossing Bahia Vista.
Grandma holds on to the older girl, while the younger one holds onto Mother.
Ben Lapp cutting chains for bicycle locks.
Overholt men trimming palm trees.
This is the first day of Bocce Ball game for the season. (At least I think it is the first one.) Six were playing and two watching the game.
Doing some fixing on the Benji Smoker lot.
The second generation is missing. From right to left, daughter, daddy, granddaddy. Granddaddy to the young Daddy and great-granddaddy to the little girl.
Together, facing the evening sun.
Sam Hostetler is the first one off the bus and he meets up with John Raber. Both of these help with loading and unloading the buses and k...
This is their story. Lester and Betty are just two ordinary people from Pennsylvania. Lester is a roofer and Betty kept The Antique b...
Here are some of the photos I took last evening as I biked around. I am not aware that Pinecraft lost its power. Plus no major damage. I ...