Kicking off the festivities
Preparing salads to sell
Country band across the bridge
Coloring fun for the kids
This cutie was helping her mom greet people at their booth.
Pretty pink petunias!
Free chili made with lentils (the guy stirring the big pot of chili is standing on a ladder outside of the pot.)
Near the chili line
How you spell a-d-o-r-a-b-l-e!
I enhanced this photo, as it was a little dark, because I liked this girl's expression after being lifted up to shoot a basket. Who knows, maybe she'll grow up to be on the college women's basketball team someday and will sign autographs (see the gals below) at a future Lentil Fest.
Can you guess how Pullman got its name?
Erin dressed as "Chava" telling about the upcoming show. Go here for more pictures and a report of the fun Erin had previewing the show that night.
Cheery church friends
Art exhibit: Central Core, Artist Richard C. Elliot. This piece consisted of 51, 32x32, reflective panels - each panel consisting of 1000 bicycle reflectors.
Climbing the cougar.
Looky Looky! I passed this on the way out of town, along with the sounds and sight of the college marching band practicing their turns. Driving home as the sun was setting put a perfect cap on a fun evening.