We gave the W's carsickness pills and took them to an apple butter
festival yesterday. They didn't puke and they had a lot of fun.
It was a crisp, sunny Fall day.
The puppies were very excited to explore.
The village was decorated to the hilt.
The smell from soup, cooking in a big cauldron, filled the air.
Amish gourd children for sale.
I think every single person at the festival petted the pups. They were in heaven.
The village is filled with historic homes.
Everyone was familiar with chow chows and were delighted to greet them.
What's cuter than coming out of a shop to see these guys waiting for you?! (Click for a closer look.)
Lots of cute stores in old brick buildings.
You can get your pic taken sitting by Bessy.
I don't even know?
A cauldron of apple butter bubbling away.
Some of the shops decorated for Halloween too.
Winnie and Willie were so excited to be there.
A potter setting up his wheel.
The festival took place on the village's main street.
"I'm hungry mama." Willie is always hungry. They ate a bag of dog treats.
I told the trapper not to get any ideas when he saw the chows. I also told the W's that this is what happens if they don't behave.
Local honey and bees.
This is a canal town and you can take a tour on a canal boat.
Sausage sandwiches for sale. The puppies were very interested.
Spinning and weaving.
A pumpkin chef.
A flower pot lady.
Lake Erie perch sandwiches! We all love perch.
"I would like to try perch, mama!" And they both did. They split a perch sandwich.
This was part of the Underground Railroad.
It was a wonderful drive through the beautiful countryside. Click to enlarge this and see the pumpkins placed on each fence post. We thought it was so cute. You never know what you will see on these drives.