Gloom, despair... and agony on me (from an older-than-me friend)
The horseradish/onion dip is delish. and the skyy's the limit. No goom, despair or agony here! Samantha made this one
It's been a great day!
Juanita and I went geocaching, then met up with Grant, Dev, Sam and Cam and went to lunch. After that we went antiquing, and geocaching again! Treasures all day long.
This was a "micro", Juanita spotted it "sticking out like a sore thumb". It was wet inside, so we turned up the heater and dried it out. Everybody who signs the logs has a code name. Some of them are quite funny.
This next cache wasn't intended for short people! But Juanita dug it out anyway. We took a travel bug rooster, and left the travel bug elephant that I had picked up in Las Vegas, and a little deck of playing cards.
Cam took the string of "bling", and we left the travel bug rooster, and a sling shot airplane.
Cameron got busy with mathmania while the rest of us roamed through the goodies in the antique mall. Samantha found a tractor she just couldn't live without. It's a little small, don'tchathink?
B & W tv... does double duty as a monitor for the parking lot. Those're our rigs out front!
I don't think this MANnequin is wearing the right outfit. Sure caught our attention, though.
Now, THAT's a pair of readers!
Bread dough maker. Grant wants it! Elaborate tractor with bearings for wheels. Smooth!
If I didn't already have one, I'da picked this up.
If I didn't already have one... This is cast iron. What about cold weather... This is probably the most exotic, unusual thing I've ever seen, anywhere. Except for maybe this.