September 22, 2016

More Old Time Activities

Edinburg's Ole Time Festival always has photogenic subjects, so here are three more scenes. Each one even has a fence for the Good Fences linkup!

The first photo shows men making apple butter, a Shenandoah Valley tradition. Next we have a basket-maker and some Civil War re-enactors.




12 comments:

  1. Nice shots, Linda. I remember having apple butter when I was young. It's been a long time!
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  2. I love festivals like this. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. wow, apple butter... love the 'old-time' traditions.

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  4. Apple butter--yum! That is a pretty basket.

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  5. I am back again after a self-imposed hiatus from blogging, a failed attempt! Missed all of you too much to continue!! Your photos of this event are clear and detailed.

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  6. Apple butter sounds delicious, never had it before. The festival looks like fun for everyone.

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  7. Ohh, dearest Linda
    how I'd have loved to be there with you, what a charm there's in such events !

    Wishing you a most wonderful weekend ever, I'm sending blessings of joy on your Fall

    Xx Dany

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  8. I love these type of activities this time of year. I can smell the apple butter.

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  9. Great activities to watch. I've seen people making apple butter before, it's quite something.

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