...and a great time was had by all. As usual, Mohican is so beautiful. You just feel renewed and blessed being there. It was chilly...one night it was downright cold...but that's okay. I can manage to stay warm and comfortable if I really want to!
Loudonville has the dinky little street fair so we went for an afternoon. Of course I visited my favorite store, Creative Outlet, and put a ring in layaway. It's called boulder turquoise and is very earthy and beautiful. Then we walked down the midway (notice that's singular) and ate fair food, looked at cow's butts, and walked around the commercial tent, where I bought a cheese knife.
Saturday we spent 5 hours at Prairie Peddler. Again...lots of food, and I brought home candles, soap, and dip mixes from my favorite vendors, as well as some fall decorations. It was fun, but I spent more money than I had!
The rest of the time we just spent relaxing. We don't get TV reception there, so we spent the evenings listening to XM radio (we did listen to the VP debates) and playing cards and Yahtze. I did lots of crocheting and catching up on my magazines. And playing the Game Boy. LOL!
Here are some random shots, first of the Prairie Peddler.
and here are some to show you just how beautiful the park is.