The Cup in the tree trunk.
The beginning of the Checker game season.
This squirrel was so surprised when he saw me that he stared in open-face wonder. Then he told the other squirrels that I am at the park. But I quickly biked off as I didn't have any peanuts.
I went pass Lapp's Bike Shop and saw this beautiful, colorful bike sitting out front. I love bright cheerful colors. The bike's colors match every dress a woman wears.
In the shop Jake asked me how my Thanksgiving was? When I told him I was sick and didn't have an appetite for food. But today I am doing fine, feeling good. Jake & Charity lost no time in giving me a Thanksgiving meal. I think they cleaned out their fridge and send the leftovers home with me. And they are going to start their diet today. I got the Roasht, a mixed salad of vegetables, Apple/Cranberry Salad, Pumpkin Pie without the crust and Cabbage slaw. Very good eating.
Thank you Jake & Charity Lapp.
While waiting for the Pioneer Bus to come in, this man limped up and asked for a ride. So Perry and Edna gave him a ride to his living quarters.
The Pioneer Bus was a bit late coming in, so one snoozed in the truck bed and Leander checks his phone.
And the bus arrived. I don't know if it was completely full but a lot of passengers got off.
And each one finds his living quarters.
Charlotte and David at the Thanksgiving Dinner.
Elmer and Marjorie, good friends at the Thanksgiving Dinner.
I don't know who is doing the talking but Gertie and Carl are doing the listening. I love how intensive they listen.
For a number of years the Tourist Mennonite Church in Pinecraft cooks a Thanksgiving Dinner for locals. Their members invite whoever they want to. Tonight they had set the tables for about a hundred people. It was a good evening.
The gathering of cousins. At least the two on the left are Mast Cousins. And these cousins are cousins to my brother-in-law.
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