Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Ocala Arts & Crafts Festival - Oct. 2010

Lots of good stuff to eat, but I couldn't find a turkey anywhere!

To my U.S. friends: Happy Thanksgiving, anyway!

20 comments:

Olivier said...

on se croirait a une manifestation ;))

Rose said...

I would not be looking for turkey...I liked it okay as a kid but don't like it at all now. We are having a ham!

Small City Scenes said...

Arts and crafts??? It looks more like maybe the Art of food and the craft of eating it.

BTW: I figured you knew what I meant but I guess I was expecting --well I don't know what--something snider. OK??? I knew somebody named Snider once but I don't think it is the same. MB

bfarr said...

No drumsticks or turkey on a stick.

We aren't having turkey anyway...we are 'feeding the valley' tomorrow and having pot roast for dinner...

Jack said...

In Ohio, where I worked for six years until this past summer, they show a massive butter cow at the Ohio State Fair. And donuts as big as basketballs. The ability of people to eat stuff that is bad for them is endless.

Now, turkey and cranberry sauce and apple pie are GOOD for me. Looking forward to Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow. Hope yours is good.

Memphis MOJO said...

Happy turkey day to you, too!

Randy said...

Looks like alot of good food. Have a happy one!

Bibi said...

Looks good! Happy Thanksgiving!

Kcalpesh said...

A Yummy View out there!! Wish you happy thanks giving... :-)

Cezar and Léia said...

Looks like a cool event,the young girls are enjoying the options of food there!
I wish you a lovely holiday!
Léia

B SQUARED said...

This looks like the place they take turkeys to get them ready for Thanksgiving. Best wishes go out to you and yours!

Unseen Rajasthan said...

This is a fantastic event !!I really enjoyed the photo !!

P.S.:Hello Jacob !!How are you ?

Happy thanks giving day to you too !!

Sharon said...

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving! It does look like all the familiar street fair food except maybe for the grouper sandwich. Have a great day.

JM said...

This sounds like fun!

Small City Scenes said...

Regarding your comment--while i wouldn't want to be stranded I always loved a man in a sailor uniform. MB

JM said...

Regarding your comment as to this global crisis, I totally agree with you. There's a new book (I haven't read it yet, but I surely will) written by a couple of guys I admire, it's called 'The Owners of Portugal' describing how our lives depend on a couple of douzens of men (and their families which have associations among them such as... banks!). Even IF politicians were decent people, they would have a hard work fighting against them... As most of them aren't, they can easily be bought and there are many ways to do it. Every country has its owners, more or less depending on the population, and they all do rule this world. Very scary indeed!

Birdman said...

Look closer. In a group this large, probably plenty of turkeys. hahaha

Small City Scenes said...

HA!!!

I would swoon I am sure. MB

nopham said...

I like that lemonade & sno-cone stand.

EG Wow said...

Hmmm. Pardon me for saying so, but I suspect there were plenty of "turkeys" there. :)

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson