Ron M. was with me today, and Marly, Kenny, and Robin were around for the morning, too. Betty B. came to do inventory of her hand made items, and brought me a rack of lamb and some frog legs! I feel so lucky to have friends who share cool foods with me. One of these days I must have a party and share my wealth. My freezer is full of lamb, duck, goose, and frog legs, and I also have a large can of escargot awaiting me. I feel a feast coming on!
Ron took a few photos today after I realized I was having so much fun talking to visitors that it never occurred to me to take any pictures of them. Here is an old school desk that used to be in Sarah's bedroom when she was little. Ron found it in a dusty corner of one of the storage buildings and suggested I bring it out and use it in the museum. Good idea! It looks great!Ron must have wandered across the street to the train tracks when I wasn't looking, because he snapped this picture of one of the many BNSF trains that rumble through Afton all day. I love their colorful engines.
P.S. Yesterday, Robin opened the Station and had visitors from Canada, Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, Texas, and Spain. The beat goes on. . .
Milford, Ohio? We're practically neighbors.
I can't quite remember which people were from Milford, but the guest book will remind me, I'm sure. Maybe you know them!
LOVE the Beatles reference in your blog post title today, Laurel. :)
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