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Saturday, March 15, 2008

Fairhope Arts Festival

Went to the 56th Annual Fairhope Arts & Crafts Festival. We had gone last year, too. This really isn't my thing, but it's something Pat really enjoys, so we go. I have a good time, don't get me wrong, but I have a good time no matter where I am. Last year, there was a huge exhibit of pelicans roosting on perches throughout the town. This year there was no such special exhibit, just lots and lots of booths with every time of art, craft, and widget you can imagine. Got pictures of the ones that were different enough to catch my eye. Click on "Guiler Pictures" under favorite websites (at the left of the blog) to see other pictures.

It's always fun to go into Fairhope, though. It's such a quaint little town and the architecture throughout the town is beautiful. Got pictures of that, too.





Loved this house; right in the middle of town. Just gorgeous.







Dick & Randy got their German sausage dinner/lunch at the Lutheran church. We had eaten there last year and they couldn't wait to go again. Pat & I declined, deciding to see what there was in the food court.


Just another day in the life. Tonight we're going over to Ron & Ruth's to watch a movie called, “Songcatcher.” It's about mountain music and one of our workshop leaders from the festival, Don Pedi, is in it. I'm looking forward to that.


Until the next time . . .

1 comment:

  1. Wow- the art festival sounds like fun to me! I loved the birdhouses and the ladies in the southern bell dresses - didjall buy yerself one of those little missy?

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