Everywhere I turn this year, I see a frog, always tempting photo subjects, although when I found one on the rim of the toilet at work this morning, I did not think of grabbing my camera. I thought of catching it before it jumped into the bowl. Hopefully it is finding the hunting better in the tree close to where I shot this frog.
Come Visit Greenwood, TX for this year’s Annual Fall Festival on October 10, 2015.
Any Texan will tell you that Fall is a great time in the Lone Star State with cooler temperatures, football, hunting and fall festivals keeping everyone busy in the great outdoors. One of the best festivals is coming soon to our neighborhood. Come join us for a parade, crafts, food, games, door prizes, a silent auction and fun for the kids on Saturday, October 10, 2015 in Greenwood, Texas, a short day trip from Dallas and Fort Worth.
You like tractors? We have a lot of tractors in the parade.
A parade is not complete without floats.
There will be two raffles, one for a quilt and another for a $500 Cabelas’ gift card.
Did I mention fun for the kids? The simple pleasures can be the best.
The local EE Club offers many home made items to tickle your taste buds. My favorite is a jar of pear preserves.
Step into the Greenwood Museum for a glimpse into the past.
Make your bid at the Silent Auction.
They are a motley group of guys, but they make the best beans and cornbread. Are so they say. Come on by and judge for yourself.
While the Greenwood Fall Festival only happens once a year, we are often drawn to Greenwood Grocery for a cheeseburger.