Shiver by the River, people

The 2nd. annual

‘Shiver by the River’

takes place this weekend.
Last week,
the Frankfort Chamber of Commerce
held a silent auction to benefit this event.

There were some beautiful original photographs of the area and original paintings.
The one of the red zinnia is mine now :mrgreen:
And I believe that I also got a photo in a frame.  All of these things will be hung
on cottage walls come April 12 or a little before then.
The Wayfarer will re-open on April 12th.

Last year it was a little scary when suddenly there was not enough snow and the little snow that we had,
had started to melt and it was dirty. A lot of people with ploughs on their trucks
and the worker of the City of Frankfort scraped together
all the snow they could find.
In the end, it all worked out, the snow cross was a success for everyone.


It has been snowing for the last two days and we have a good amount of snow, I think.

The motels in the area are open,  come and have a fun weekend.
Stay where ever you want to, but promise to come back and stay at the Wayfarer, ok?!

5 thoughts on “Shiver by the River, people

  1. Looks like the weather will cooperate for the weekend, the red Zinnia will look right at home in one of your cottages. 🙂

  2. Your zinnia is pretty. I like that little figurine. It’s different.

    • That little figurine is a tea light snowman. Expensive pottery. People loved it, it got a number of bids – not me though, I spent way too much money at auctions for a good cause. One of these days I’ll end up in the poor house

  3. You should frame some of the pictures you take and sell them. Your pictues make me so homesick…in a good way. I can feel the cold on my face and hear the snow crunch..great job!

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