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Thursday, September 6, 2012

Labor Day

 We went to the Blueberry Festival in Plymouth, Indiana, on Labor Day where we enjoyed a free day of Southern Gospel music.  The first group to sing was The Taylors.  Monday ended a 6-day stint of Gary driving their bus.  They headed back to their home in Lillington, North Carolina, after the concert in Plymouth.  Gary was glad to be able to help them out by driving them to Branson, Missouri; Lebanon, Pennsylvania; Bristol, Indiana; and Plymouth, Indiana.  He enjoyed spending time with these fine young people.  We enjoyed listening to their music twice in less than two weeks and having them in our home for a couple of days.
 Pat Barker and Ryan listening to the Taylors sing.
I didn't get a picture of the Down East Boys, the second group on the program.  We enjoyed their music too.  To finish up the day, the Mark Trammell Quartet sang.  Of course, they are just like family to us, so we felt right at home listening to them.  When the singing was over, we took the girls to Pizza Hut for supper before sending them home in the van while Gary & I headed to Shipshewana.

1 comment:

  1. Looks like a great way to spend Labor Day, music, fellowship, friends, family, and good food! Thanks for sharing!