My daughter Pamela made a bee line to the floral head wreath rack to purchase one that match her top. I do believe she succeeded. Well actually her dad bought it.
A little further down the path we ran into to this sly and dapper fox. He was gracious enough to pose for a picture with Pamela. He purred the whole time he stood next to Pamela. LOL I guess he was a happy little fox but I didn't know foxes purred. Oh well. Maybe it's a Medieval thing.
Pam and I spotted this Fairy amongst the crowd.
Very interesting and colorful.
Pam decided she wanted to make a little jingling noise when she walked so she found the scarves with the coins and she just had to have the pink one.
So for the next hour or so she jingled when she walked. ;o)
I spotted this woman spinning wool into yarn.
The couple just behind her shows both young and old enjoy playing dress up.
Slightly wind blown but glad to be sitting again. We couldn't believe how long we had been at the festival just wandering around and enjoying the sights, food and drinks. But wait we forgot to get a turkey leg or funnel cake....hmmm.......oh well there's next year because I'm not going to walk any further than the car which happens to be 8 long aisles away from the entrance.
Pam snapped a picture of David and I to end the great day we had at the festival.