Thousands celebrate life ‘down on the farm’


Thousands of people visited the annual Bob Evans Farm Festival in Rio Grande, Ohio, over the weekend, including those from the other side of the river, like Mason County residents George and Phyllis Hesson, pictured here. George makes custom walking sticks and was one of many vendors at the festival which also included log rolling competitions, demonstrations on the proper way to use a saw and the herding abilities of border collies, just to name a few activities. The festival also included sorghum and apple butter making, and many other events that celebrated life “down on the farm.”


Thousands of people visited the annual Bob Evans Farm Festival in Rio Grande, Ohio, over the weekend, including those from the other side of the river, like Mason County residents George and Phyllis Hesson, pictured here. George makes custom walking sticks and was one of many vendors at the festival which also included log rolling competitions, demonstrations on the proper way to use a saw and the herding abilities of border collies, just to name a few activities. The festival also included sorghum and apple butter making, and many other events that celebrated life “down on the farm.”

Thousands of people visited the annual Bob Evans Farm Festival in Rio Grande, Ohio, over the weekend, including those from the other side of the river, like Mason County residents George and Phyllis Hesson, pictured here. George makes custom walking sticks and was one of many vendors at the festival which also included log rolling competitions, demonstrations on the proper way to use a saw and the herding abilities of border collies, just to name a few activities. The festival also included sorghum and apple butter making, and many other events that celebrated life “down on the farm.”
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.18-PPR-Farm-Festival-1.jpgThousands of people visited the annual Bob Evans Farm Festival in Rio Grande, Ohio, over the weekend, including those from the other side of the river, like Mason County residents George and Phyllis Hesson, pictured here. George makes custom walking sticks and was one of many vendors at the festival which also included log rolling competitions, demonstrations on the proper way to use a saw and the herding abilities of border collies, just to name a few activities. The festival also included sorghum and apple butter making, and many other events that celebrated life “down on the farm.”
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