Scanning the bulletin board.
Two Pioneer buses left this afternoon for Ohio & Indiana. Earlier this morning Melard Coach left for Lancaster PA.
Plastic bag of stuff is a good make-do backpack.
The Amish couple is from Fredericktown Ohio. His grandpa Albert Keim was a preacher in the Dave Dreier district when our family moved into that Orrville neighborhood in 1969.
Al and Alvin are in deep conversation. Emery and Manny are also having a conversation.
People and food and music at the Pinecraft Park.
Eduard Klassen from Canada is playing the Harp. Beautiful music.
Finding a place to sit and eat.
The safekeeping of his hat.
The middle man is Eugene from Kalona Iowa.
Sunday afternoon will be the closing of Gospel Express in Pinecraft.
This afternoon was another game of all Mennonite women playing Bocce Ball. While the women played the men were their "Cheer Leaders".
The red balls won the game. It was a close game as the score was 14 even and it just happened the Red Balls made the next score. This was the first time some of these women played.
A game of dominoes; two men, five women.
The man behind the hat is Amish.
Others are helping him play
and he is accepting their help.
This is beautiful.
Both use the cane to walk.
He goes first, testing the ground.
She waits and when he is on level ground,
he motions her to follow him.
And so she does.
The last Bocce Ball game of the day.
Danny took his turn and
all eyes follow the ball.
The diversity of actives:
This is Pinecraft. The very heart of Pinecraft.
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