|St. Andrews Church|
As we walked into the hall the men were all busy with frying. Had Deanna not had her husband Jim off galvanting around the country, he probably would have been frying fish too.
The meal was delicious! Tom, our gracious host, said it was a meal fit for us "mackerel snappers". It consisted of fried fish fillets, baked potatoes (the best ones I've ever had), french fries, slaw, meatless spaghetti, cornbread complete with maple syrup, baked beans (the blacksmith said they were really good, and he normally doesn't eat baked beans) and many kinds of desserts consisting of cakes and pies.
After we stuffed ourselves, visited with several friends, saw our bus driver from high school (over 44 years ago), we made our way to Tom's house. There we saw a lot of eye candy. I was treated to see most all of Phyllis' beautiful quilts. I wish I had taken my camera inside. She made a yo-yo quilt that is out of this world!!! Next time I will ask him if I can take a picture.
Thanks Tom for dinner. Next time it's on us!