I didn't take too many pictures, it was so crowded and I wasn't sure of the policies of many of the booths.
Vicki and Jo Ann recommended I go over and try some dessert from this booth after mentioning I like pie. However, the line was incredibly long and they were just serving cobbler so I passed. It looked yummy though!
It was very windy and hot so there were a lot of tents and goodies blowing over. I felt sorry for the vendors. I was overwhelmed with all the tents and vendors. I would love to go again next year with someone and make a weekend of it. I think the early bird might be worth it. I got there at 10 and the exit was completely backed up. I didn't even need my GPS. There was a variety of decorating styles, lots of candles, arts and antiques. I loved the prim shops the best. I already had made up my mind that I wasn't go to buy much unless I found that one of a kind thing that I just couldn't pass up. I searched but never found it. I did buy some signs, very reasonable. He has a blog called Berries in the Meadow Art and a shop on etsy too. He was a very nice gentleman. Some people had folding carts and they did offer a drop off station where you could rent space to put larger items. It was so far from the fair to the parking lot, I think that makes you think twice before purchasing things.
Well, my family and I are off to visit the apple orchard today for some apple cider donuts and fresh cider. Have a blessed weekend, enjoy the season!