|Tie-dye inspired candles.|
|Many different types of pottery and ceramics.|
|This frog (?) had a bear's head on its reverse side.|
|Fab ric tie-dye.|
|Dozens of jewelry booths.|
... but we did buy a tray of berries, two boxes each of raspberries, blueberries and silvan berries. (Silvan berries are a cross between Marionberries and Blackberries. Marionberries themselves a cross between Blackberries and something else.) What a delight these berries have been this past couple of days! We even put some of each in a Jell-0.
And some White Elm mushrooms, a new variety for us. Half of them went into an omelet this morning, along with Herbs du Provence and two varieties of cheese.
There were flower vendors ...
... and street musicians...
... but the crowning glory was a chance to sample some delightful pastry!
To counteract those calories, Donna and Russ drove us to a park by the McKenzie River where we took a brisk walk.
Well, maybe brisk is too optimistic a word, but we enjoyed the walk among berry vines, hardwood trees, and quiet scenery.
Then it was time for lunch at Roaring Rapids Pizza, on the bank of the Willamette River.
Beyond the patio, his fellow was out fly-fishing...
... and inside the pizza restaurant, this one was the entertainment!
And this was only part of the day we spent with our new friends. We'll see them again and again, either here or elsewhere as we live ... Our Life on Wheels.