It turned out to be a very nice INDIAN SUMMER day. On my way out to meet up with Peg, I stopped at a great yard sale and bought three glass/china items. I met up with my sister, Peggy, at her house just down the road from the schoolhouse and we went. We had only been there a few minutes when our cousin, Becky, walked in so she joined us.
They had lots of food available including chicken chowder. They offered a Chinese Auction:
divided them up between a four slice toaster and a decorative fall plate and gourds.
The turkey dinner was delicious.
Peggy and I drove around the area a bit, since I have not seen much of it. She pointed out a few Amish farms/businesses. We decided to do some urban exploring of a building she and Dave had noticed several days ago on Rose Road. We parked at St. Patricks Cemetery and walked the half mile to the site.
We explored the cemetery a bit, looking for a suitable spot for a geocache and then headed back to Peg and Daves house.
On the way home, I stopped to take a picture of this old silo