What a beautiful morning! Yes Sara, I needed to wear a sweatshirt again.
A little after 10 Jenny and the 4 grands arrived to say good-bye before heading off to Atlantic City. They took Gary's van so they could ride in comfort.
(Between weather and traffic, they did not get there until 7:15)
10 minutes later Jerry and Kim arrived with our last load of first cutting.
Then Randy stopped in to pick up our little rototiller.
I just mowed the lawn last Sunday and today it needed it again. The recent rain has made the grass grow like crazy. Perfect temperature.
Gary continued pulling and hanging garlic and I procrastinated about making a rhubarb pie. It didn't happen, so I'll have to make the effort tomorrow.
Chores a little early, as I wanted to get down to Summer Serenades to grab some photos.
Tonight it was Julie Dunlap and High Maintenance...the place was packed...biggest crowd ever.
One of the canal boats was parked behind the band....a perfect backdrop.
(These were the people on the boat)
Gary, Terry, Jacquie and Bill have done a great job, setting up all this entertainment for the community...and the price is right! Free.
(singing with the band...they must have known the words)
Lauren showed up in her kayak.
(The woman waving is Margay B., the mayor of Brockport)
I snuck up on Carol and Topper. For once he did not have a camera in his hand.
Home a little before dark.
Here they are in Atlantic City.