Most people that live close to us know what the "Covered Bridge Festival" is, but if you don't I will go ahead and explain. There are over 30 Covered Bridges in Parke Co. Indiana. For several years now, there has been a festival in the Fall where vendors from all over come to sell their crafts and treasures. Hundreds of thousands of people come every year to visit the historical buildings and bridges. I grew up around 6 miles south of the festival. I remember Mansfield( which is one of the busiest places to see a Covered bridge during the festival) when it was all not so commercialized. Now, it has paved walkways and really caters to people who come to shop during that time. Anyway, when I was younger I used to work at some of the vendors stands for some cash when I was in high school and college. It was easy money. I have been a Sati Babi girl, a bloomin onion girl, which is not fun because I cried all day trying to cut the onions. I have worked at a hamburger stand ( boring) and Danny and I both worked at the Fried Veggie stand. It is funny to look back and see all the crazy things we did back then. Well today the 3 of us went on our yearly outing there. No more work for us, we just go to eat the greasy food and try to find a good deal. We know all the back roads to avoid all the traffic. It is sooooo pretty driving in the country seeing all the fall trees. It makes you stop and thank God for all the little blessings he has given us. Here are some pics of our day.
The drive to the festival
Kainen eating lunch
Kainen in front of the Covered Bridge
Mommy and Kainen by the damn
Kainen walking by the damn
There is none. Have not heard anything from our attorney in over a week. Not happy at all. We will see what tomorrow brings.