there were also lots of variations on fried potatoes (all of the potatoes involved were organic at this fair!).
friends at the fair, strolling through our favorite area, where there were fires being built in holes in the ground and donuts being fried over campfires. also, there was a canvas tent whose floor was lined with pine branches. it smelled so good, we all wanted to move in.
one of many many animals i wanted to bring home with me:
we ran into all of our farmer friends -- mary ellen and austin from green spark, and mary and john from little falls farm. there were border collies doing tricks, beautiful handmade things for sale, wool being spun, delicious indian food to eat, kids sledding down hills on cardboard and hammering nails into boards, banjos being played... i would seriously not mind living there.
I want the cow. What a cutie.
That donkey bites? What a jackass.
And I don't know what a pie cone is -- but I want one.
i want the cow too. and i don't believe the donkey really bites. i think i want the donkey as well.
you DO want a pie cone, libby!
Pie cone. That sounds amazing. I also love how Isaac is representin' the mainer style with that hat. It'll never get old.
yeah, as isaac would say, "represent."
also? maybe someday i will try to make you a pie cone, artemis!
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