After a long driving day Saturday, I had another 2-3 festivals to hit on Sunday. I wasn’t sure if I would be able to do it, but I remained optimistic.
From Columbus, I figured I should take advantage of my location and take a slight detour on my way to the next festival in Clinton, Ohio (near Canton). So I went off the main highway through the city of Newark to get my chance at seeing a rather remarkable piece of architecture.
After getting a few shots of the building, I still hadn’t eaten breakfast. So I stopped in Coshocton’s IGA for a pretty tasty cremestick.
Little hard to see the creme filling here, but, for you out-of-Ohio readers, it is NOT like Boston Cream. It’s more a sugary-lard concoction. Quite delicious.
It was a little different.
Instead, after figuring where to park (I never know of those sectional strips along the road belong to the house residents there or to the public), I walked straight into a car show at the side of the festival.
I decided to take short walk around and work off that Coshocton doughnut.
As their hypnotized eyes were pulled to the flying batons, I found it my chance to take advantage of the opportunity and check out what was to eat.
Apple products lined the side of the eating area…
…with apple crisp…
…and other products (hot dogs, apple cider…I don’t remember seeing apples).
I ate my sandwich while avoiding some monster bees and watching the public get involved with some cheerleading steps.
It has that generic-looking sugar glaze on it that you sometimes see on some factory baked goods (the type near the jellies at the grocery store). And I just didn’t taste that much apple. Maybe I just picked a bad one?