Saturday, July 18, 2015

Buffalo Dolls, etc. etc. etc. Adventure Saturday July 18, 2015

Betty mentioned wanting to go to the Community Market especially to see the Buffalo Dolls performance.  I checked the paper and found out that they would be singing between ten and eleven a.m. today, so we made plans to go. We arrived a bit early and checked out some of the vendors. At this booth, the Salvation Army is having people sign large Christmas greetings for our active servicemen and women.
We had front row seats for the Buffalo Dolls and they sang hits from the forties, fifties and sixties.  This little girl was dancing up a storm.  
 Unfortunately, it was VERY VERY HOT and about halfway through I escaped to Lake Effect Ice Cream where I had a small cone.

Betty also escaped and had a hot fudge sundae.

When we left the community market we headed out towards Appleton for the Pay it Forward Basket Auction and Vendor/Craft Fair.  It turned out to be smaller than I anticipated but we spent about a half an hour and Betty bought tickets and placed them for the basket raffle.

Then we headed towards Olcott.  We decided to check out the little shops and then purchased a steak sandwich at Stevie V's
and found a cool spot on the boardwalk and ate our lunch.  We checked out the vintage arcade games and played skeeball.  These look exactly like I remember them, and they certainly are old:
Then we looked for a geocache SOME TREES ARE BIGGER THAN OTHERS, but we were not successful.

We headed to Wilson where we went to a few yard sales, but neither one of us found anything.  On the way back to Lockport, we stopped at Coulter's Farm Market and I purchased some raspberries.  We passed more yard sales along the way, but we were both starting to fade, so we didn't stop.  It was a good day.

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