The Cajuns and I went up there Sat. We went to the flea mkt, ate home-made ice cream, and Vietnamese grilled pork on a stick.
Today, there are way too many folks there, and not enough places for me to sit and rest my feet. They still can't hold out for any long walking event. Lisa took Sally back for the parade today though. I'm anxious to here a report. It's one of the best parades in the 4 state area...especially for kids. She's coming by this afternoon.
Well, I missed Tater Day, Mel...imagine!!!
I had my share of Tater Days when my children were in band for middle school and high school, thank you very much. I loved every minute of it ...the first time.
I sure enjoyed your article, though...but I am glad I didn't have to be anywhere near Benton today!
:Yay! Congrats, Lisa! I'm sure it was a new experience for ya'll!
Just think, years from now you'll look back on this day and realize "That was the day I truly understood the meaning of a tater and what it has to offer..."! All becuz of Tater Day in the great state of Kentucky!
It does sound a little different from Mardi Gras, lol. Sounds like a nice, fun, family day--like Mardi Gras was when I was a kid! My how times change.
Interesting history of that part of KY, Mel. I enjoyed the article!