Feeling spunky, I too hope to yield some vegetables this year. (With the help of Amy and Barry, of course.) In my garden so far will be Roma tomatoes, Fish Hot Peppers, Hungarian Wax Hot Peppers and some Thai Basil. Fortunately, Amy said she already has a plan of attack for me this year. With some help from my "green thumbed friends", I'm starting this process with much optimism.
As the festival name suggests, the festival was also packed with sheep and wool! A lot of sheep and a lot of wool! To my surprise, the wools were amazing. I should say that all of it was amazing, but these colors just took me back a bit. Unbelievably beautiful! It almost makes me want to pick up my sticks and start knitting again. (Maybe next year.)
Check out some of the photos that I took while perusing the vendor's tents. I am in awe at the craftsmanship that went behind creating this wool.
And before it was this, it was this. Check it out!
And, before it was this, it was this!
There were other fantastic vendors at the festival as well. Worth the stop!
Next, a little fun with family and friends.
A little $10 ice cream, and then home for naps!