I woke up early to an overcast day and thought, "what happened to the sunny day that had been promised?" But as the day progressed the sun made a good showing, which worked out great for the Hot Dog and Sweet Corn Feed at Milo Peterson Ford in Kenyon.

Before I left town to head over to Kenyon, I had to make a stop at Twiehoff Gardens to pick up more than 20 dozen ears of corn to throw in the huge boiling pot they had set up at Milo Peterson Ford. Once they fired up the burner, it roared to life and sounded like a jet engine and quickly boiled the ears of corn. Jack Lucking manned the grill and cooked up the Nerstrand Meats hot dogs as both cooking crews worked tirelessly to feed the crowd of people that came out to enjoy a delicious feed and help out the Kenyon-Wanamingo Knights Booster Club with generous donations.

I had a great time as I broadcasted live on Power 96 and our sister station, KDHL, between 1-3PM and got to meet with several wonderful listeners of both stations. I gave out several pairs of Renaissance Festival tickets while I was there and ate a lot of corn and hot dogs. A big thank you to Paul Peterson and the staff at Milo Peterson Ford in Kenyon for hosting the Hot Dog and Corn Feed and inviting me to attend. It was a great way to spend my Saturday.

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