The drive here was uneventful but beautiful. It was a leisurely, scenic drive. Setting up was another matter.
After having to move my booth twice I finally was placed in what hopefully will be my spot for the next couple of days. While this festival has been going on for years, this was their fist time at this particular venue so there were some bugs to work out. Not only did I have to move my setup twice but I helped the lady next to me reorient hers as well.
Tomorrow morning I'll finish the chore, cleaning mirrors and setting out glass. Hopefully I'll be ready to blow glass when they open the gates. If nothing else, I'll certainly be ready to sell glass.
Several of the vendors are staying in their RV's on the lot but they all picked a spot without a view. I split from the herd and headed to my new point lookout for the next couple of days. It's a great view!
After I got the Kraken settled in I took Peregrine off of the back and headed off on a bike ride to a local market. Along the way Peregrine developed his first flat and I without a spare tube!
Anyway, I gathered up my groceries and walked back to the port. It was only a few miles, so not too bad. I had a great dinner in the way of roasted red potatoes with rosemary and a roast beast sandwich on twelve grain woowoo bread. It was delicious. The horseradish sauce was amazing!
I'm look forward to tomorrow. I'm hoping the catch the sunrise. We'll see. I'm sure it will still happen even if I don't witness it. ;-)