The only wildlife I saw was two deer in one place and three more in another.
When I got home Ken was sitting at his computer looking at an advertisement for an auction that was taking place today and asked if I wanted to go and of course I said yes. We ate a quick breakfast (English muffins), I got ready and we left a little after 9:00 and went to Mt Airy where the auction was. It was an estate auction of the contents and the house itself.
We stayed at the auction for 3 hours or so.
Here are a few pictures of our time there.
Some of the furniture to be auctioned.
Some old cans are up for bidding.
Here is Ken, happy with his $5 purchase of a small sturdy work bench that will be in the garage after he paints it up.
I wanted this nail keg and Ken bid on it but it went for more than I wanted so spend.
We left before they auctioned off the furniture and the house itself. It was a fun day and we enjoyed being there.
Leaving the auction we drove into Mt Airy and had lunch in town at a nice place with good food.
We then went to the old house and dropped off the work bench where Ken will paint it before bringing it home. We made a stop at Weis for ice cream and then finally here we are back home.
That's been our day so far.
Hope your enjoying your Saturday as well.
One last thing. A few people mentioned in the comments yesterday how much they like key lime pie. I thought I would share the recipe with you. It is so simple to make and takes hardly any time at all.
One 9 inch graham cracker pie crust
14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
3 egg yolks
1/2 cup Lime Juice ( I used Nellie & Joe's Key West brand, but I'm sure any would do).
Combine milk, eggs yolks and lime juice.
Blend until smooth.
Pour filling into pie shell and
bake at 350 for 15 minutes.
Allow to stand 10 minutes before refrigerating.
Just before serving, top with freshly whipped cream.