Time For Lunch (Page Three)
Bob is amazing... He eats around the onions!
The onions are going to get an inferitory complex
Enjoying the day!
We are full and ready to go on....
A picture for the "Memory Book"
Arts And Crafts
A neat blanket out of old men's ties
1/6th scale model of the M5A tank
Did You Know? - The M3 Stuart, formally Light Tank M3, was an American light tank of World War II. It was supplied to British and Commonwealth forces under lend-lease prior to the entry of the U.S. into the war. Thereafter, it was used by U.S. and Allied forces until the end of the war.
The name General Stuart or Stuart given by the British comes from the American Civil War Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart and was used for both the M3 and the derivative M5 Light Tank. In British service, it also had the unofficial nickname of Honey after a tank driver remarked "She's a honey". To the United States Army, the tanks were officially known only as "Light Tank M3" and "Light Tank M5".
Love the ship models
Minatures are always interesting
The fish tank was a clever idea
Home home on the range
Lot's of work on this one
Courtexy of Bob Duda
The wood workers were in overtime
Carving for years.....
Too pretty to sit in
What to do with left-over duct tape
Nothing edible here... darn it
This was for James and Linda... To their new baby Lilly
Heart attack ready to happen
Up in the Ferris Wheel
If Paul looks scared... It is because he is!
A view from our cage
The Kids Left So We Went To See The Animals
The baby cows
The sheep were so loud! Baaa Baaa
Great name for a sheep....
One ugly but delicious bird
Did You Know? - The colour orange takes its name from the orange fruit. On the spectrum of light, and in the traditional colour wheel used by painters, it is located between red and yellow.
In Europe and America, orange is commonly associated with amusement, the unconventional, extroverts, fire, activity, danger, taste and aroma, the autumn season, and Protestantism. In Asia, it is an important symbolic colour of Buddhism and Hinduism.[
Sue visited the chicks
She named each one of them....
Chick 1, chick 2, .....
NO! They cannot go home with you
Did You Know? - The Texas Longhorn is a breed of cattle known for its characteristic horns, which can extend to 7 feet (2.1 m) tip to tip for steers and exceptional cows, and 36 to 80 inches (0.91 to 2.0 m) tip to tip for bulls.
Similar cattle were imported by Spanish colonists into other parts of North America, including California and Florida. Horns can have a slight upward turn at their tips or even triple twist. Texas Longhorns are known for their diverse coloring.
A longhorn can be any color or mix of colors but dark red and white color mixes are the most dominate. Texas Longhorns with elite genetics can often fetch $40,000 or more at auction with the record of $170,000 in recent history for a cow.
Due to their innate gentle disposition and intelligence, Texas Longhorns are increasingly being trained as riding steers.
Time for a snack!
We walked through the flower arrangements
We still do not know what they were
Blues and purples aboud
Mother nature knows here colors
Our kind of arrangement
A herb box?
Gourds? We discovered the "Thunder Gourd"
Did You Know? - Gourds are one of the earliest crops to be domesticated, having been grown for at least 10,000 years as ornamentation or for making musical instruments and utensils (suction cups by Greek Hippocrates around 3rd century B.C.).
After The Hypnotist, We Headed For Home
Mark Yuzuik - Comedy Hypnotist Mark Yuzuik is a crowd favorite at the Fair, he will
leave you spell-bound with his daily shows on the Plaza Arts Stage.
After watching the hypmotist, we headed for home
Up up and away
We flew by the hangar
You are welcome
The rides are sooooo tall, the airplanes have to be careful
Sue made Paul go all the way to the top