According to the web site there are over 400 dealers at this festival and it covers 100 acres. We had watched the weather for over a week before this event and it rained all day on Wednesday, but then it was supposed to be out of there. Well, nope, nada, it drizzled most of the morning on Friday which makes an outside event like this kind of miserable.
The rain didn't bother the lower half of me. I was armed with these rubber boots I found at Nordstrom Rack a few days before the trip.
I took lots of pictures and I'm not going to talk too much, but let you just see all the varieties of things found at this sale. This was a cute display at one of the tents.
Mary Alice did a lot of bargaining with the dealers.
I saw several old rocking horses and would have loved to get one, but they were all a bit more that my pocketbook would allow.
There were lots of signs for sale.
We ran into Kristen of Sophia's Decor blog and her mom Linda since they live in the area, too. Kristen's step dad took this picture of us. Excuse the hair after the rain. We weren't looking our best by this time.
Like my bag? Well, that is a wonderful leather tote bag from Duluth Trading, but I will talk more about that another time.
I have many more pictures to share so we will leave those for part two.
Do you have any trips or fair pictures to share? Well, link them up tonight at Wow.
See y'all there!