Thursday, October 23, 2008

Glendale, Ky.

This was the Model T that hailed from Green County, Ky.

Just one of the crowd shots. Booths are lined up
everywhere as well as the people.

Aren't these jackets just adorable?


Here is the husband with out booth.



I just loved these old pots or old canners painted to look like
pumpkins. They were just so bright and cheerful looking.




The Amish are always there with their crafts.





Of course, you have to get some playtime in.

The third weekend of October always finds us in Glendale, Ky. set up at the Glendale Crossing Festival and this was the 30th show we have done this year. The crowd at this show never ceases to amaze me.
The weather was a little cool but other than that it was a great day. There was an Amish booth behind us that sold homemade doughnuts and I think I may have gained 10 pounds that day from eating her doughnuts.
At this festival you will find a little bit of eveything, from antiques to crafts, to wonderful food. It's a great place to visit and if you didn't get to make it this year maybe you can next year. I am sure you won't be disappointed.





6 comments:

anniekerns said...

Are you from Bowling Green? I'm from Burnside on Lake Cumberland. Great quilts and great photos. Cya

Day4plus said...

Great pictures, Kathy. Good to hear from you and to see what you've been up to. Wow 30 shows so far. I hope you did well there. MB

Kathy said...

Actually Annie we live in Russellville which is about 30 miles west of Bowling Green.

Thanks Mary Beth, how are things up your way?

Aunt Jenny said...

I loved seeing the pictures kathy!!
Those Amish baskets are wonderful. I love baskets and even have a little sign in my living room that says "Never enough Baskets".
Looks like a fun festival!! I wish there was one like that near here!!
Have a great weekend!

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Emily said...

I just found your blog via Mary Jane's Farm. Lovely! I especially love these last two photos of the Amish - really beautiful shots.

love, Emily

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