Join us as we travel North America in our Holiday Rambler Vacationer, since August. 2006
Still bright, sunny and warm, almost feels as if we brought some warm weather back from Mexico finally. So many parts of the country are not so lucky with cold, rain and even some snow. We began our day with going to watch two of our grandsons play soccer. Its really awesome to watch the young ones running, playing and learning and getting a good workout in the process. After a tied game all was good, then we went to New Hamburg to check out the Mennonite Relief Sale.
We arrived there at 12:00 noon and had no problem finding a parking spot. By this time of the day things are beginning to slow down. Everything starts at 7:00am with the pancake breakfast, fresh made yeast donuts, tea balls, french fries and multiple food vendors. The quilt auction beginning then as well and continuing all day until the last one is sold. We walked about the grounds and sampled back bacon on a bun, lamb sausage, bbq'd chicken, kettle corn and freshly made egg rolls, so many flavours to try. Even the fresh strawberry pies made right there by a whole crew of people sold faster then they can make them were sold out by the time we got there. By this time a lot of the food vendors were sold out and some were closing down, except the quilt auction that was still going strong.
After this we returned home and relaxed for a bit, then Suzie helped tidy up a bit while Omer and I watch the fire on the burn pile. Then we had the left over Salmon and dill with fried rice for supper. And a tea ball for desert.
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