I love the smells of Autumn too ~ it's time to turn the oven on again & bake all kinds of wonderful treats that we will serve with heartier fare than we dished up in warmer weather. But we'll talk food later. Have no fear.
Today I also want to share my love of Fall festivals, bazaars, craft fairs or whatever else they may be called in your neck of the woods. Actually, I enjoy these events year round. I've been anxiously awaiting the first of this season, which we attended today. It was held at Falls Park, in the charming town of Pendleton, Indiana.
|As you walk into the park|
|We BOTH loved this chalk board that Doug spotted. It's now hanging in our garage.|
|At garage sale #2 I found THE perfect item for one blank wall in my kitchen...you can't see it here, but those are French wine bottle labels. ~|
Oh boy, I see the vendor booths!
The first thing I spy is a food booth (naturally), selling breaded tenderloin sandwiches. After walking the ENTIRE fair, I do purchase what turns out to be THE best tenderloin I've ever had, for the best price at this particular affair.
It started to rain just as we finished walking the rows of vendors. This fair runs through tomorrow. I do plan to be back next year & I'll be hoping that the tenderloin vendor returns as well.