A great amount of amazing artists are there and there are also a lot of local representation as well. They had this simple activity for the children- lots of plastic items, glue and you have a community built collage.
Doug said "I don't get it." I thought it was a cool idea.
When we walked to Nick's for lunch, this beautiful baby was sitting on the street. Not mine, mind you, but I had to snap a photo of it. I had an '85 pale blue Mustang which I loved more than anyone should ever love a vehicle.
And we'll have fun, fun, fun till daddy takes the Mustang away... Love it!
Oh, to have a little girl...
Lots of pottery. I love pottery and we have so much.
Aren't these beautiful?
Because Doug plays, he always has to drop a buck into the open case.
Doug and John stopped to listen while Kathy and I stopped to look at...more jewelry.
When we started through the festival street, I turned to Doug and said "don't hurry me, you aren't going to hurry me...I'm going to look at everything I want to." He said "o.k." and then John, Kathy and I had to wait on Doug! He was buying Christmas presents. (Pour moi? Oh, you shouldn't have!) Someone also has an October birthday, too...
As always we loved Fourth Street festival. I didn't buy anything! Shocking, I know.