Their thought was in desserts. It looks like a bake sale, but everybody's eating everything. I think it's a big summer afternoon social. It looks to me like a table full of calories.
I think they are small-town rural people because of the overalls and caps. The children are dressed that way. No one is supervising that little boy and he looks like he's got a lot of dessert on his face.
They're very descriptive. Country people.
They're at a park in a city in Illinois or rural Missouri or southwest Missouri.
We had cakes on our honeymoon in Cuba.
It looks like a family reunion or a church dinner. Look at all of the cakes and pies! I see waffles.
It looks like more than one group of people.
Maybe it's in the forties or fifties or maybe later because of the crockpot. It looks like fresh corn cut off the cob.
I see some of those stovepipe hats. It looks like my family when they get together. About three years ago when they got together in the summer time, there would be over 100 of us.
That little kid's setting up on the table. There are two of them - a girl and a boy.
The big white pot is full of chicken and dumplings. I don't see any green beans or baked beans, do you? Maybe they ate their salads first. I think there would be cobbler in that pot, blackberry cobbler.
There's a stack of pies, too. Coconut cake, apple pie.
It's a good thing we looked at this after lunch.