In October, pre pandemic, there was a Parke County Covered Bridge festival. Parke county is a farming community with a population of less than 20, 000 people. During the 10 days that the festival goes on, over a million people pass through. This barn is full of booths during those days. In fact every little town has things going on. Vendors, food....oh, and along all the roads there are yard sales and more yard sales. Hopefully sometime in the near future, it can resume.
I am not sure if they are going to nest there or if they are just enjoying the sunshine. They were so far away I did not notice the pair at the bottom till I downloaded the picture. If you are not careful you might miss one of the pair at the bottom. And I for sure did not see the turtle.
This photo was taken April 17th and it had been blooming since the day or two before. What is funny is it is still a beautiful bloom! I have never had them last even half long. It must be the cool weather. None of my other irises are near ready to bloom. I think this one is blooming because somehow it got shifted so close to the house.
Sorry if you came for this early...I forgot to change the time of when I wanted it published.
The tool aisle at the antique place was busy so I did not linger. I would love to go in there and a lot of pics...you just would not believe all there is. And I don't know what half of the things are used for.
We went to Arthur, Illinois yesterday. As usual we went in to the 'antique' store. Seems like lately any time we are over there, it is so busy I cannot take my time and really enjoy it. But at least yesterday we did walk up and down every aisle.
Roger loves McD's coffee...he was getting quite the collection of cups, and I thought about taking a photo of them. I decided to take one, and he had thrown all but two away. He does rinse them out and reuse them for our own coffee.
A drive-by...maybe I should say a Slow down real slow drive-by. I got this near the end of February. Believe it or not it is the best so far. I have been trying to get one for about 7 or 8 months. I know it is coming, by the surrounding area...a brown barn sits across the way from it. But from the road, you come around a small curve...not a bad one...but still you come around and right there they are and then they are gone. But I smile every time I see them. There is a sign that sits in front that says 'Minion Manor.'