So we park, pay our admission price, and into the woods we go. It was pretty amazing. I mean, there were standard craft booths, with standard craft wares,
There were military drills in a field, and recreations of military encampments.
There were all kinds of unique vendors with really clever names, like this one:
and artisans selling really unique goods.
There were some games for kids, horse drawn carriage rides, and even some goats to pet.
But the absolutely best part of the whole thing was the food vendors. Some of them were standard fair food dressed up in colonial titles and names, which was really clever,
Hubby also wanted to partake in the entertainment, which was a nice little trio playing Celtic music. It was really nice, and Hubby even sang along a little.
During the time we were there, I mentioned to Hubby how different this was from what we had done the day before (PodCamp), and how both were pretty nerdy, and how much I loved that we enjoyed both of them. I love that we are big dorks, equally at home at a tech convention and a colonial arts fest. I say we are well rounded. I can not imagine any other man not only putting up with my interests but also sharing and relishing them. Yet another reason I love Hubby so much.