Small Town Saturday

October 31st.

Mom had already left to meet Carmen Hanson at an estate auction in MacDowall by the time we woke up.
We slowly got ourselves ready and headed over around noon.

Mikes only been to flower auctions, calm and refined with hushed tones πŸ˜‰
So the Sask. style of high-speed prices and bidders calling out, was a new experience for him.

This was an estate auction of a lady who collected many things, among those things were dolls.

Hundreds of creepy dolls laying on tables.
It brought some entertainment for sure.
Comparing photos with mom over who found the uglier/scarier doll, watching to see which people around us bought the most junk etc.
Small town amusement 😜
I did get a piece of lemon meringue pie which was quiet tasty 😊
Dad, Nathin, Becca and Spencer joined us there for a while before Mike and I decided we had enough fun for one day and headed back to the house.

Once Mom and Dad got back home from auctioning, Dad started preparations for a fish fry.
He had picked up some fresh walleye from town, he figured Mike had to get some kind of special treatment so he didn’t feel toooo left out πŸ˜‹

My room is full of wedding decorations 😬
I started the slow process of tidying things up so packing would be a tad easier to accomplish.
Had some things to prepare for tomorrow, as it would be the last day of seeing people from home.

Got that all sorted out and it was pretty much bedtime!

2 thoughts on “Small Town Saturday

  1. Congratulations on your recent marriage! As another North American country girl who moved to Europe, I’m so glad you’re blogging about your experience. I wish I had so I could go back and read about my first impressions. It all feels “normal” now even though 6 years ago it was sooo weird and magical haha. Enjoy the time with your family and friends, but remember that you’ll see them again soon. ^^ God bless!


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