Star gazers visit done, we moved on for a look at Molson Lake, or so we thought. As we entered the town of Molson, population 35, the road was closed and we could see strange looking things ahead. Turns out it was the 100th anniversary of Molson school -- which is now a museum. Many festivities were going on for this day, the first of which was a parade. We drove up the lawn by the school to park and joined the other spectators.
|Community activities happen even in a town of 35|
|Advertising the restaurant|
|The parade was so short, the emcee talked to each and every participant. Even congratulated the tractor drivers for mowing the hillside.|
|A lot of generations in Molson|
|Festivities continued inside with live music|
Many past students of Molson school were there for the celebration and it was a sweet thing for us to come across. A slice of small town America.
|Nice gate at the Molson cemetery|
|A bit of scenery on the way "home"|
After this exciting day, it was time that we could check into the campground for the night. That story will wait for another day. I am about out of battery and no current way to charge.