Where are we today ?
Entering the grounds the first long line up in front of the blue tent on the right for fresh made yeast donuts, still warm.
The three pics below are from the website of the donuts being made. Volunteers arrive around 4 am to begin making these yeast donuts.
|preparing the dough|
|frying the donuts|
|cooling after glazed|
|parking view from the grandstand|
|a few choices here|
|I sampled one of these, excellent, |
from the Russian Mennonites
|fresh baked pies|
|making the apple fritters|
|children play area|
|Mexican Mennonites food|
|One of two lineups for Spring Rolls|
|Making the spring rolls,|
Found Suzie and her mom having the pancake breakfast, her Dad stopped by to say hi , he is busy volunteering here, helping things run smoothly
|I had to have a BBQ chicken leg at 9am |
before they were sold out
Nephew Greg was auctioning at 9 am for his first shift , about 40 minutes. He did sell quite a few and a couple quilts for about $3,2000.00 each. When we left the high price paid was $5,000.00
|Thats Greg in the red shirt|
Now of course we cannot forget the fresh made strawberry pies, hundreds are made and sold either by the piece or whole pies. Long line ups and they are usually sold out around noon.
|people cleaning berries, making boxes |
and fresh whipped cream
|assembling the pies|
|oh so good|
|of course the Tv station was there too|
|found the car again, and as you can see|
lots of rv's here for the weekend
|I spotted this fog trying to get out of the pool|
for a while so I gave him a hand, he thanked me
and headed of into the grass.
|add a garlic bun and we have a very balanced meal, |
lotsa leftovers too!
|Molly's puppy Buddy|
Thanks for stopping by and joining us in our adventures.
Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle.
Check out the map below to see where we have been this SpringView Summer 2014 in a larger map