We settled in and everyone went to doing what they would have been doing at home...electronics! Argh!
Soon that was put to rest by Diana teaching us a new card game. There were also naps to be had, books to be read, & photos to be taken.
I made the black and white bag I carried my stuff in. I am proud of myself.
More video games, treats, and lovely views. Do any of you grandkids of Helen remember this quilt? Oh, and note Dee's straw. Red vines and Dr. Pepper are actually very good together!
It wasn't long before the clouds that had been threatening all day began to drizzle on our happy little group. It was just a sprinkling but went on long enough that we put up the umbrellas to keep dry. We laughed at the many Utahans that scattered and ran for cover as the drops intensified. Being former residents of Washington State we thought they were rather wimpy!
Below you see the progression of the weather throughout the afternoon.
The show was spectacular! We had so much fun "oo-ing and ahh-ing" with the crowd.
I am so impressed every time I watch my daughter do her job. She was made for this kind of thing. She handles the public with such respect and kindness. She deals with her vendors in a professional but caring way. She's awfully smart and pretty too!
Good job Miss Britt!