If you were in our small town this past Saturday,
you would have seen an amazingly huge crowd of people
sitting and standing on either side of one of the two main roads.
The annual Pumpkin Festival Parade was from 2 - 3:30.
We were actually sitting further up on this hillside.
Our friends own a huge bed and breakfast
and we gather there with lots of others
to watch the parade.
In our small town, folks get more excited about
old and new tractors than almost anything else in the parade.
This is just one of the fracking wells
that stand tall along the roadside
as I drive to and from work.
They are in the process of installing this one.
It will be there for about 6 weeks,
then they will dismantle it
and move it to another spot.
If you happened to be on a certain section of Rt. 146 yesterday afternoon
and glanced over to the side,
you would have seen these beautiful girls
posing for Homecoming 2013 pictures.
We took pics of them in dressy outfits up at the school
and then had them change into their country girl look.
The photographer and I began this 'tradition'
I am all for being proud of our country roots.
The three on the left, in the picture below,
are freshman, sophomore, and junior reps for the court.
The next five are the senior candidates for Homecoming Queen.
For those of you not in America,
I'm not quite sure how to explain Homecoming,
but it is a major tradition at most high schools here.
(At least I think so! It is in Ohio.)
For more roadside views from different spots throughout the world,
check out Francesca's. .