Bob and Shirley's Dancing Scrapbook
All aboard for the Hobo Days Festival!
Betty Miller offers visitors fresh "Arbuckle's" coffee and a sample of hobo stew.
Kay Thompson, Harry Wilson and Paige Thompson turn out in rail-riding attire.
Hilda Meyers and Gerry Belden are rich in spirit.
During the festival, the caboose is open to the public.
A rare look inside the authentic caboose.
Neighborhood kids try to stir things up.
The Continettes pose with The Railroad Place founder, Bob Arbuckle.
The high-stepping Continettes dazzled on a perfect September afternoon!
Indoors, the store is full of entries for the Hobo Days Quilt Challenge.
A fellow seamstress appreciates the detail on a Hobo Bag entry.
vendors such as Quilt-in-a-Day sent items to be displayed.
Cec Purciful demonstrates a Longarm quilting machine.
Addington, the Fabric Dept. Manager, sports a scarf made
Lots of train paraphrenalia on display for the railroad enthusiasts.
photographer, Michelle Thompson, poses
The dock is a great place to enjoy some hobo stew!
Blue Note Trio - Jack, Rusty & Satchmo Welker provide live and
enthusiastic audience rests in the green space of the large
...and a good time was had by all.
Bob Arbuckle celebrates his 70th year in the U.S. Navy. (Photo by Steve Healey)
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