It’s after 9:30 pm as I write this and I just consumed some DQ small sundae with pumpkin pie pieces, tag-a-longs and caramel sauce. The 15 year old cashier even raised her eyebrow when I ordered it. That HAS to imply some mistake on my part.
So, sure, I’m wired…but I can crash at any time. So, if my rather long sentences dramatically turn into monosyllabic utterances, then you know I’ve crashed.
So let’s begin…
I drove down to and through the city of Butler, a quaint town that seemed to take advantage of the 2-weekend festival with its garage sales scattered about. Various houses were festively decorated for Halloween. One house even had a row of plastic jack-o-lanterns lined across the fence.
It was cool.
I found the festival without a problem and the parking area was big.
Check out those fall colors peaking through…
Cedar Point’s Frontier Trail mixed with a camping site. It was really cool. Just had to watch the mud from the previous day’s rain.
Here are some pics along the trails….
In the beginning, it seemed to go forever with booths, but you eventually got a better sense of things with their road signs and pathways. Once I combed all the pathways over, jumping from one section to the other was a breeze.
The various items they had were interesting. I bought my nephew a mini ocarina from a South American booth. They had crafts, things for the home, clothing, food, and gifts. Here are some of the things I found most interesting…
Spider Pumpkin Holders
Blowfish Glass Ornaments
Scarecrows named after my Brother.
…like a concert…
…a wood carver…
…and a wood chainsaw artist.
Pork Rinds and things
And my buffalo chili.
A food courtyard (on the left is the fritter booth)