Lapp's Bike Shop stowing bikes to a safe place for the summer season.
Stowing baggage is much more than just putting it into the bus compartments. There is a certain amount of space allotted for each destination. So the people who want to send cargo along sometimes have to wait to see if there is extra space available. Such was the case today.
Carrots grown in Canada,
are a Product of Mexico and shipped to Florida.
These carrots are a rigamaroo, going from Canada, to Mexico, to the USA.
I am okay with this rigamaroo as these are the best tasting carrots I have ever eaten in Florida. Every Canadian knows they raise good tasting carrots, due to the cold weather in the fall. Their sweetness comes from the cold soil just before the ground freezes.
This is my second bag of Canadian/Mexican carrots from Yoder's Produce Market.
Getting ready to head up north with a good sized load.
A taxi driver's front license plate.
Vit Mit is the Pennsylvania Dutch of saying "Want a ride?"
Lydia Mae Schwartz in the brown got on the bus. Fannie Schlabach gave her a ride and Gertie McClure came to say, "Good Bye."
The two ladies visiting in the background are from Kentucky.
For sixteen weeks the Pioneer Trails made three trips up and three trips down. This week that schedule changes to two trips up and one trip down. it is that time of the year.
Mike, Arlene and Uriah fed the squirrels last evening. Because of the welcome rains tonight I didn't get to the park tonight.
Looks like the squirrels eat balanced meals. This one is sucking or eating Hibiscus petals that are finished blooming.
The cycle of life is amazing, be it plants, animals or humans.
Anna joined me twice in feeding the squirrels within the last week or so.
This photo was taken three days ago.
Tonight they reached the park ahead of me and the squirrels came running toward Anna for peanuts.
This squirrel desperately wants Uriah's peanut, but he won't take it until Uriah dropped it.
I am amazed how quickly the squirrels recognized Anna.
These two Barbara Wagler and Fannie Ruth are hard worker. Barbara works at Yoder's Amish Village, mostly in the Deli. Paul, her husband works in with the Produce.
Fannie Ruth and her husband John come early in the Fall and stay until late Spring due to John's health. Fannie does house cleaning.
There are many more Snow Birds that have winter jobs.
Willis Schwartz and Willie Riehl making music at the Pinecraft Park tonight. Willis is drumming the granite pot and playing the harmonica while Willie has the guitar. I recorded a few songs but I can't download them on here. I will put those on Facebook.
Part of the audience.
These stem from Berne Indiana, although I think the couple on the right live in Salem Indiana.