The Dinnerbell

Today we visited with Phyl’s grandson Chris and his two kids,
went back to the quilt shop to buy one of their kits,
and shortened some curtains (yay, sewing!)
For dinner, we went the The Dinnerbell, a Thursday night all-you-can-eat family-style dinner served by a local Mennonite family in Gold Creek, Montana.
We got there early and shopped a bitbefore sitting down at long tables.
Tonight: 70 pounds silky-smooth mashed potatoes, 120 pounds fried chicken, and about 30 pies, plus salad and fresh rolls.
At the end, a very nicely-sung hymn. What a wonderful Montana experience!

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