Wilkommen is welcome for German, we attended the Hickory Oktoberfest last Saturday.
The weather was real nice, we got there early so the crowds were thin at this time. I just want to mention that Karma’s October photo hunt is to make pictures of idioms, check out her post for more detail.
I’m amazed in the size of the turkey legs, and people would walk around eating it like it was nothing. I don’t know if it were just the Southern thing, they were selling it in Disney when we were there last December.
The leaves start to change colors in our area, I bet it’s prettier in the mountains.
My niece got motion sickness after 1 ride, and this must have been the 5th rides for Lee.
The Pavilion Stage features live musical performances.
Fine Crafts on Union Square
The girls went there to buy the dream-catcher. It is used as a charm to protect sleeping children from nightmares, but Lee is using it to catch good dreams. She has been collecting it for several years now and has several dream catchers in her collection.
My niece went with us this year, and bought a feather for her hair. I think $10 is kind of pricey for 1 feather and it seems that everything has gone up this year. They used up all their chores money in no time.
Lee blends in with the abstract arts well. This is actually her Halloween outfit that she is wearing, minus her punk-rock wig.
We stopped by the Habitat’s ReStore resale outlets that recently opened in our area. They sell reusable and surplus building materials to the public. My sister and I were standing there waiting for Lee while she was playing the piano and the rocking chair at the bottom right hand corner starts to rock back and forth. My sister called me to look and sure enough it rocked back and forth like someone was sitting there and rocking it. It must have rocked for 30 seconds, my sister thinks who ever sat there must have liked Lee’s music.
You be the judge, she said her dad told her she is talented. I think I need to send her to a music school. 😉
I will post the exif data when I have more time.