A local town, a street fair and the guarantee of food truck cuisine - my Mommy and I were in!
Though it was a brutally hot Saturday, we made our way through the crowds and kept an eye on the ever darkening, cloudy sky. Crafts, leather goods, designer impostor bags, jewelry, toys, face painting, rides, all lovely but none of it was anything that really interested us.
For whatever reason, I am drawn to the heart shaped stones. Not sure if it is necessarily for romantic purposes or simply the idea of a heart shaped stone.
I have never before seen "Soggy Bandannas" for sale. While I am no grammar expert, does anyone see anything wrong with the sign? Doesn't matter.
Moments before deciding we must need a bit of fuel, I spotted a fresh lemonade truck - a small was $5.00. Am I cheap? I decided I didn't need a designer impostor lemonade and kept walking.
Soon my mother came upon a home made fudge tent. She recognized the proprietor and happily made an immediate purchase.
A few more feet and we found the falafel/gyro stand. Woo hoo! One of each please!
Beef Gyro for Mom and falafel for me. We walked to my Aunt's yard for a bit of a picnic and were both quite happy with our lunch choices.
A friend of my Aunt's soon arrived with two plates of "cheese ribbon fries."
Designer handcrafted potato chips drizzled with melted orange cheese sauce. The chips were as crisp as they look and though quite tasty, I'm a sucker for more salt.
And what better way to display bottled water for sale than with a platter of freshly cut lemons and limes as well as ice. I didn't buy it, but it made me want to as I told myself I wasn't thirsty as much as I was attracted to the "fancied up" display!
We were at the far end of the Street Fair when the fat and juicy first rain drops began to fall. Car Show participants scrambled to put up soft tops and some left immediately. I protected my camera the best I could and headed for home with Fed Well memories.