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... father said that the little boy wouldn't stop talking about "Mr. Clown" so they had to come over and meet him. The little boy was really shy but he warmed up to J.P. during their exchange and all four kids walked away happy with coloring books.
The energy of a full tent is intoxicating...I can only imagine what it must be like for the performers in the ring as they showcase their talents to hundreds and hundreds of people. Though the first audience was a bit more ...
... turn of events, we only have one protester today! Hurrah! They've been so plentiful lately (though not having any effect on our attendance) and they're all using the same posters that have nothing to do with our show at all. It's their right to be there; I just wish they'd educate themselves about our show first. What really gets me are the coloring books they hand out...they're given to kids, but honestly, they're ...
... set up in their parking lot. It’s a strange layout and we were arriving as teachers and students were arriving (for football practice or something) so there was some chaos trying to get parked.
Al (our bill poster) has finally caught up with us again and he stopped by our house once we were parked to catch up with us. When we did advance publicity last year, we’d overlap with Al sometimes and we’d always make a point of getting a ...
... and unsuccessfully attempted to dodge goose droppings as we walked.
When we got back to the lot, we ran into Gene and Kyle who were about to walk over to a diner. We made a stop at the Conneaut Arts Center where they had a portrait exhibit on display. They had a contest for best portrait so after looking at all of them, we filled out our ballots. After we left the center, we were admiring a house across the street when a woman walked up to the ...
... all around. Sunshine and water emphasized both those with weathered old wood and the ones now boasting modern treated wood. As with any local attraction, most of the local people we spoke with had never driven to actually see many of the bridges. Our Florida friends, Diane and Clarence, came from Ashtabula. We took the time to drive by their former home, had lunch at the Crow's Nest ...