Remember how I said (in my last post) T and I were going on a special date on Friday? Well, that did not happen, (it's okay, Robbin's Brothers will see us next weekend) but instead T was able to get approved to go out of bounds and we ended up taking an impromptu trip to Enterprise for Corn Fest. Enterprise is this tiny little town about 45 minutes outside St. George, Utah, where T's Grandmother and Grandfather live. Every year the little town has a Corn Festival where the Grandpa Jack and Grandma Kay's house becomes a site to see.
Grandpa Jack grows corn, lots of delicious corn that people come far and wide (that is no exaggeration, people come from all around) for the good stuff. So we pick the corn (well actually the polygamists pick the corn) and we sell it. We also sell all types of produce, baked goodies, cooked corn, and Navajo Tacos (yumm). It sure is a major production. We all worked our tails off husking corn, rolling dough, serving food, selling sweets and bagging corn, but it was so much fun.
Now I shall leave you with some pictures!
This, folks, is Enterprise, Utah
T and I in the corn fields
(please ignore my messy hair, it was extremely windy)
Corn Husking station
It was getting a little crazy and messy
My man working hard
Matt and Alisha with the "goodies"
The little girls working the goodies
Everyone getting some corn!
My two favorite people, Hillary and Rachel