Saturday morning found everyone gathered at the rally hall for breakfast.
Things were coming together nicely.
Carolyn was hard at work cooking sausages for an army.
Dawn was hard at work on her special pancakes. They were delicious.
Everyone was hungry so there wasn't much to clean up.
Pat brought some neat decorations.
Then we headed back into Bandera for a little sightseeing and shopping. Need a photo op?
Carolyn was easily pursuaded to hop on board. She is a fantastic sport.
One of our stops in town was the General Store.
They had Bluebell Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream. Who could resist?
We also made a stop at the famous Arkey Blue's Silver Dollar.
Arkey Blue's is an interesting place to check out even when it is isn't hopping in the middle of the afternoon.
We found this fun sign in the store next to Arkey's.
We were a little disappointed that we didn't get a chance to see the Bandera Cattle Company Gunfighters perform on Saturday afternoon. They normally put on a little gunplay at 1 and 4 if they don't have a special gig someplace else. But we did get to go on a covered wagon ride with Ron Dakotah, wagonmaster and storyteller. It was fun.
Sharon hopped up front with and Ron was definitely busy spinning stories.
He has the wagon on Main Streets every Saturday afternoon so stop by and ride around town with him.
Saturday night was our traditional bingo night. Everyone brings a wrapped gift and everyone goes home with a prize because if we have already won once, we just pass our second win on to someone else. I think Birdie was pleased with her prize.
I know Carolyn was pleased. I ran my battery down so I didn't get any more photos. Once bingo was over, Sue brought out a new dice game called "Left, Right, Center". Everyone thought it was great fun and very easy and it works really well for a crowd.
Good friends, a little vino, lots of fun, warm RVs nearby.....what more can one ask for????