Weird and wooley things are planned in this village.
Free hot dogs, muddy volley ball, lawn mower pulls, free ice cream and other activities to include throwing bail of hay, and racing turtles.
The- village will be having its Labor Day thing-a-jig. One thing I haven’t mentioned and should is the antique car show and they take part in the parade. The cars usually arrive by driving by my house and I enjoy watching them in between the dirty farm trucks and visitors arriving in town.
I cannot say that the viewing is all that appealing as I live here and see many of the shinny faces on a day to day basis, but the kids, and many of the adults, light up and almost glow in anticipation. Some thing, I suppose, described in the first book of the Wheel of Time.
This year my participation will be limited to mowing my lawn. Usually, for most folks around, the last lawn mowing event of the year.
I’m surprised that I still have the calves. They are normally gone by this time,
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