Monday, September 21, 2009

THORNVILLE BACKWOODS FEST Arts,Crafts,Encampment,Bluegrass and of course FOOD (THAT’S MY WORLD)

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SEPTEMBER 18, 19 & 20, 2009 Adults Admission $7.00, FREE PARKING! In the beautiful rolling hills of Ohio near Columbus,Ohio and Lancaster,Ohio. (I know it’s over for this year but this is a yearly event)

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Now let’s head over to the Pre-1840 Encampment Area. Where we will meet Pat,Dee,Gus and Linda.

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I thought the young woman throwing the tomahawk was pretty cute,but I wasn’t going to get “fresh.”

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Gus and Linda invited us to take a look inside their Tipi .Looks pretty comfortable to me.

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“Modern tipi covers are usually made of canvas. Contemporary users of tipis include historical reenactors, back-to-the-land devotees, and Native American families attending Powwows or Encampments who wish to preserve and pass on a part of their heritage and tradition.” (thanks wikipedia) I wonder could a little rain come in the top of that Tipi?

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My suggestion for lunch would be the homemade vegetable soup in the bread bowl or the barbecued chicken. All cooked over “open fire”

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m You won’t go away hungry………………………………..

TIME FOR A LITTLE MUSIC and CRAFTS

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Love that Bluegrass music, songs about day-to-day life experiences. The bottom two photos feature “Caney Creek”  They will be playing Thursday’s 7Pm to 9Pm at Brenda Sue’s east of Hebron Ohio on Rt. 40 Yee-Haw

CRAFTS

(We brought one of those baskets home)

There are so many interesting sights to show so…(47 slides if you have the time a good overview of the entire festival)

I would like for you to meet: Tammy and Dave Stull from Sunbury,Ohio

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They have Olive Oil Dips,Veggie Dips.and Dessert Dips. They are Heavenly Dips. My favorite is the Royal Hawaiian. Take the time to stop by their website you won’t be disappointed.

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28 comments:

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Joe: That is certainly on really special place to visit.

Sylvia K said...

How fun! I love festivals like these! And your shots are terrific! Feel like I was there, could swear that I heard the music! Thanks, Joe, for sharing the fun!

Have a great week!

Sylvia

Tranquility said...

Oh my gosh - what a FUN - FUN - FUN event!!

Dirkjogt said...

Great serie of pictures. Looks like a big festival, much to do and to see. Ans of course no festivities without food and drinks :-)

Reader Wil said...

What a fantastic event! You cannot but have enjoyed yourself immensely! Thanks for the tour! Have a great week! And thanks for the visit.

ewok1993 said...

Love going to festivals with free tastings. I've been known to taste every single type of dip available before making my purchase.

I would love to go to one with reenactments someday.

Carver said...

Great shots. That looks like a fun festival.

eileeninmd said...

Looks like great time, I love these festivals. I just love that canoe bear how cute. Is he for sale? Thanks for sharing.

PERBS said...

I agree about canoe bear -- I would like to take it home with me!

What a fun event! We have re-enactments at Fort Vancouver several times a year. I just went to one with lanterns at night. They will have a special one at Thanksgiving and Christmas too.

Janie said...

Looks like everyone had fun and plenty to eat. The reenactors would be interesting to see. thanks for sharing the event!

JOE TODD said...

Canoe bear was just one of many crafts for sale at the festival. He almost came home with us. Maybe next time

magiceye said...

that sure was fun!
thank you!

koala said...

I love open air festivals like this one. And you have an interesting way of presenting your posts.

hip chick said...

Hey that looks like so much fun! And, I think I might have even kissed Linda on the cheek for the last piece of apple pie!

Snap said...

How wonderful! This looks like a lot of fun was had by all! Great series. Felt like I was there!

Jenn Jilks said...

Great time of year, isn't it?
Thank you for visiting My Muskoka !

Pat said...

Wow, that looks like tons of fun!!

Thanks for visiting my blog.

Lily Hydrangea said...

wow! your fair looks so much more interesting.

maryt/theteach said...

What a marvelous post for My World Tuesday! Great photos, great fun and food! :) thanks for visiting me!

Wren said...

Oh, that looks like so much fun, and I can tell you had a good time. I'm going to be in Columbus for a day or two in a couple of weeks, but it won't be as interesting as this!

Stine said...

What a fantastic event! What a fabulus post!

SandyCarlson said...

All of this looks wonderful. Gorgeous. Fun.

Powell River Books said...

Thanks for the visit to my Powell River BC post. Looks like we have lots of interests in common. Your Backwoods Fest looks like great fun. Wish I could attend. - Margy

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Joe: Stop in after 6PM to see my big catch. Please send me an E-mail so I can write you.

Happily Retired Gal said...

Thanks for the virtual visit to this wonderful festival through your photos and mosaics. Looks like great fun and good eatin' too ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

The Bodhi Chicklet said...

That looks like an amazing place! Sorry about the hornets in your yard. Those are nasty beggers. And even worse because they burrough in the ground, often finding them once you've stepped in the nest - ACK!

Tony Letts said...

Looks like great fun - food was mouthwatering!

BPOTW said...

You sure find the interesting spots! Thanks so much for letting us tag along with you!