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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)
Now let’s head over to the Pre-1840 Encampment Area. Where we will meet Pat,Dee,Gus and Linda.
I thought the young woman throwing the tomahawk was pretty cute,but I wasn’t going to get “fresh.”
Gus and Linda invited us to take a look inside their Tipi .Looks pretty comfortable to me.
“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?
My suggestion for lunch would be the homemade vegetable soup in the bread bowl or the barbecued chicken. All cooked over “open fire”
TIME FOR A LITTLE MUSIC and CRAFTS
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
(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
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.