|She's wearing Skipper's Can You Play, from 1966, which is a nice, summery outfit.|
|It's an office building!|
From there we eventually went through Dresden, where the World's Largest Basket, (and not much else), is located.
We were all very disappointed with this thing. It doesn't look that big. In fact, we drove past it about 3 times before we even noticed it!(You might wonder how that could happen, and so did we!) Ivy proclaimed it "lame as crap".
|Skooter was marginally more impressed.|
|She said it seemed pretty big to her...|
It isn't nearly as impressive as the giant basket of apples at the Longaberger Homestead in Frazeysburg, just a few miles before Dresden.
|Ivy with the not lame basket of apples.|
|Not the Longaberger Homestead.|
...which turns out to be a replica! I was hoping it was decorated in the original old stuff too.
After leaving Dresden we headed to find a grocery store, where Ken could find some cook-out fodder. I don't know where the people of that area buy their groceries, because we went a loooong way before we found anything even resembling a grocery store. Definitely not an area Ken would ever want to settle in.
After sorting out some food stuffs, and drinks too, because we were all dry as bones, we got directions from a lady at the store to a nearby park where Ken could cook out. (Ivy and I don't care for grilled food.,which isn't a problem since there isn't a good way to 'grill' vegetarian 'meat' anyway.)
|Skooter checks out the lake.|
|Can You Play consists of the dress,scarf,bloomers that match the scarf, red flats, and a red and white striped jump rope.|
Ivy wanted to walk down to what she referred to as "The Peninsula", so Skooter and I went along.
|It got very overcast while we were there. On the way home it rained like crazy.|
That's all for today. I'm tired,sunburned, and, once again, thirsty. See you tomorrow, after I've had something to drink!