| November/December 1968

  • Earlene

  • Earlene

Hi Ladies!

Hope your summer has been as pleasant as ours. I can t believe it is over, except I m once more back in my school room with 20 youngsters facing me five days each week.

We say as we've said many times before, each show we attend is just delightful in its own way as another. Each one is different - no two are alike but always good and enjoyable.

The show on Jimmy Layton's farm in Maryland was quite a surprise. We never realized there would be such a large gathering of machinery and people. We had a wonderful time among all our good friends and engines.

The chicken corn soup supplied by Anna Brandt from Bainbridge fed a large group of us for Saturday evening meal. Need to say it was delicious. Thanks Anna!

The next week found us journeying to Canandaigua, New York with the Elmer Schaefers again. They have been kind to take us along in their car so I would not have to drive on these weekend trips. They are most pleasant folks to be in their company.


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