Saturday, September 11, 2010

September 11, 2010

In honor of those families who lost their loved ones during the tragedy of 9/11.  We will never forget.




Today I went to a tiny little town - Island, Kentucky.  They have a Wooden Bridge Festival every year.  Today it just happened to fall on the anniversary of 9/11.  I took my camera and snapped a few pictures. 

Presenting the flag



21 gun salute



Taps



Wooden Bridge in Island Kentucky.  This bridge was moved to a small park area to make way for a paved road







This gentleman was selling birdhouses made from license plates, tin men, and he even made his own camper!



Veterans being honored



Veterans being honored



Tin man


Notice the price?  Only $5!!!  Beautiful artwork on a wild turkey feather with the frame


Cruise In



Then when I got home, I canned 6 quarts of tomato juice....



and a canner full of green beans - 6 quarts worth



I hope you enjoyed touring the Wooden Bridge Festival.  I had a wonderful pork butt sandwich, listened to some local performers


I even bid on a few goodies in the silent auction.  I'm anxiously waiting for 5 pm to see if I win!

2 comments:

Jean said...

I enjoyed your fair. I noticed you didn't have a camel to ride...but you fared much better in the arts & crafts area. I hope you bought me the painting on the turkey feather. What a deal for only 5 bucks!

Are you Wonder Woman? You really accomplish so much!!!

Yes...we will never forget.

floweringmama said...

Ha ha, Jean, I'm regretting now not making a purchase. I remember your camel! I don't think I would've been so brave.