I still feel a bit damp after a wet weekend in Maine. Even though the rains were, at times, torrential and a boat would have come in handy, I had a delightful time. It's always fun to see familiar faces, catch up with friends and make new acquaintances. Kudos to those who braved the storm to attend this event. It wouldn't have been as much fun without you.
Since we were in Maine, it was only appropriate to spotlight a "Made in Maine" product. There's nothing like a table full of colorful bags to attract attention.
These are the handiwork of Michele from Three Bags Full.
Details. Most of the beads on the bags are also "Made in Maine". They are the work of Bev from Shipyard Point Glassworks.
And more bags.
We were treated to a bit of entertainment.
Of course there were many cute faces in the barns.
Some of the goats were too frisky for a photo, but this one was very cooperative.
Llamas strutting about the grounds.
And I couldn't resist this Jersey Wooly.
A ball of fluff with a twitching nose.