We arrived around 10:00 in the morning, thinking we would beat the crowds. Not so. We had to walk about a mile to get to the center of town where the fair is held. They block off all the streets so the vendors and set up. The next thing I knew, we were wall to wall with people.
I am always amazed at how talented people are. So many great ideas. I took a few pictures but it was hard to even get closer to some vendors.
This guy had so many hand carved wooden pieces. This horse was one of my favorites.
These carved animals were so cute.
I bought some of the homemade laundry soap. What a cute couple they were.
This dust finger was cute.
I love this next shop. The lady makes handmade hats. No two hats are exactly the same. It was so sunny that I had a hard time with pictures. Not to mention the crowds.
My husband bought me one. I love hats, but they always seem to make my head sweat and then itch. This one was different. At times, I actually forgot I was wearing it.
They even had this human snow cone maker. This little boy decided to do it. You walk on the inside and it turns a handle that turns a crank and grinds the ice. At the end, you get a snow cone. Clever idea.
I bought a few things and a couple of Christmas gifts. After awhile, the crowds got just too large to even see the products. Time to go home. If you live in the area, check it out for next year. There is also a Spring Craft and Antiques Fair and in February is the Art Fair.