Arts in the Park and Lovely Bi-color Corn

I was actually able to attend Arts in the Park for the first time in a long while, and I can report that it was very well attended. The Friends of the Library Book Sale was a good event as well. I found some things to buy, and it seemed to me that most people at the sale were impressed by the selection and the prices.

I went down out of my place the back way today, which I haven’t done for a while, and I was surprised to see that the rhododendron is in bloom.

I was even more surprised to find that the Mennonite Farmer’s Market in Delano, Tennessee had their famous bi-color corn. I’m not sure today was the first day they had it, but it is unbelievably early. I overheard Levi, the former manager, explaining to someone one day, “We used to be happy if we had it by the 4th of July, but we’ve found some ways to hurry it along.” Back home in Pennsylvania, of course, we were happy if it was “knee high by the 4th of July.”

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