Shucks, they were out of apple sausage. I've never tasted sausage made with apple but I bet's it is good. Maybe we can find some next visit.
Just outside the door were these old wagon wheels. They definately weren't old enough for pioneer days but they had belonged to some farmer some time in Nebraska history and they sure made a cute entryway.
Look at all the shelves and shelves of jams and jellies and all sorts of canned stuff. It was hard for Michael and Susan to decide what to buy.
The jars were arranged so pretty you about hated to mess with the design they made.
Susan spied some popcorn balls so we got some. She said it reminded her of Halloween when she was a child and trick or treaters would get homemade candy and other goodies. The popcorn wasn't stuck together with syrup (as in long ago) but with the melted marshmallows you make rice krispie treats out of. Still, they were good.
I love onions.... what can I say..... I had to take a picture of these beauties.
At the cash register I saw two yellow swans....
Look what they are made of..... two crook neck gourds. The cashier said her uncle made them. Well, Uncle whatever your name is.... your swan gourds made headlines on my blog.... that makes them famous in very small circles. hehe.