We only spent one day but took about 5 hours to get through all the booths containing all sorts of supplies and equipment for fiber arts.
It was a fun outing weekend with the boy. We started off by meeting a friend at an SPCA event where Chip got to meet a toy Schnauzer.
Of course, Susan got kisses from the boy. Chip didn’t even seem jealous.
Afterwards we motored off to the Fiat dealership to drive and eventually buy a new 500 for Susan. Chip was really good the whole type, off leash and staying close.
Sunday found us at the Huffines art festival where Chip got to talk to a few more dogs, including another Schnauzer.
Susan and I met a friend (hi Grady) at SF on Sunday for a day of wandering around, drinking beers and bellinis, seeing shows, looking at goodies and saying hi to people we haven’t seen in a while.
One of those was Bill, who unfortunately we didn’t get to say hi to, marching in the parade.
A few wandering tarts…
as well as many others. Fun day. Click on either photo to check out the other pictures in the gallery.
It was a good, busy day. We took Chip out for his first festival and he seemed to really enjoy meeting the other dogs and wasn’t too freaked out by the crowds. He’s a quick, bouncy dog and the few times there were just too many feet around, he’d jump about a bit. We carried him through the worst.
There was plenty of dancing with Saturday night closing with a three-hour ceili played by the Lone Star Ceili Band and called by Susan and myself.
We went to Scarborough Faire last weekend and one new item is definitely worth an extra mention.
There’s a hot sauce shop that’s opened up at the faire and normally I wouldn’t associate a renfest with peppers but in this case I’m glad it was there.
Lady McArthur’s Fiery Fare is a small shop full of jars of various hot sauces from very mild to take-your-head-off hot. Susan and I have been making a dent in the three jars we bought and while each are quite different from each other, they’re all excellent.
I highly recommend them if you like hot sauces of any kind.