It was nice, although a bit smaller than usual. My favorite vendors were there, however. I got my strawberry lemon shake-up from the usual lot, and lunch wound up being, for the third year running, a pork chop sandwich (bone-in). Damn good pork chops. I also sampled a strawberry pizza (not a good one, alas), strawberry empanada (tasty and not too sweet), strawberry smoothie (yummy), and strawberries on cheesecake (very nice).
Yesterday was the start of the Lost Creek Garden & Antique Show and mom wanted to get there early to have a good selection of flowers to choose from. Went to her favorite vendor first and she picked out 4 things (which the deer will probably eat, alas!) At another vendor, I bought a hypertufa filled with hardy succulents, which I shall endeavor to not kill. We also had supper there (chicken salad sammich, doritos, cookie, water) and sat on logs to eat.
Today's Grand Adventure (TM) was visiting the Yellow Springs Street Fair. Usually when we attend it, we can park in Yellow Springs. This year, I think just under 4 billion people were there, and they brought their 3 billion cars with them. Thankfully, there was a shuttle service from Young's Dairy, so, after going through town & back again, we parked at the shuttle lot & took a blue school bus to the Street Fair.
Despite the crowd, we were able to see most of the booths at the festival. We wound up having lunch from Jeet India's booth at the festival. Jeet is where I get my Indian Fud when I go to Fairborn for my Doctor Who Magazines at the Bookery Fantasy. Mom and I had saag paneer, dad had chicken tikka masala, and we all had vegetable samosas and naan with our meals. Very yummy. Once again, we sat on (or near) the ground. (We did this at the Strawberry Festival too - we're getting good at getting up off of the ground.)
After we returned home, mom and I spent some time at the pool. (We were also there yesterday, before we went to the Garden show.) I used my snorkel and snorkel goggles - woo! I bought them as a birthday gift for me this year, but today was my first time to use 'em. It took awhile of breathing through the mouthpiece to get over my initial panic, but I spent several minutes swimming underwater - twice! I shall have fun practicing this over the summer.
Tomorrow's Grand Adventure (TM) is the Poultry Days Festival in Versailles (pronounced ver-sales). So I suspect we'll be having fun and food again tomorrow. Oh, and maybe tomorrow I'll post about my new bicycle!