May 27, 2017

Festival of Spring


Earlier this month we went to a festival in Luray. Several blocks of Main Street were blocked off and craft vendors and food booths lined the street. Children's activities were offered in the adjacent park.

Luray is a charming town in the valley between the Massanutten Range and the Blue Ridge.


A man with a pet monkey and  magic tricks was entertaining children.

When I saw this bright-eyed dog, I asked permission to take a picture. What an interesting face!

Even law enforcement offered entertainment in the form of a small paddy wagon that citizens could pose inside

The Girl Scouts had a Peeps Show as a fund raiser. This involves dioramas of "Peeps" (marshmallow figures).

Park along Hawksbill Creek


10 comments:

  1. ...looks like a fun time.

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  2. Hello, the festival looks like fun. I like the cute dog and the monkey. Fun shot of you behind bars. The park along the river is nice. Happy Memorial Day weekend! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and the new week ahead!

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  3. What did you do to get yourself locked up? :)

    That dog's a cutie.

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    1. I photographed a peep show! ;-)

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  4. A fun time for everyone even the dog.

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  5. What a beautiful small town . . . it looks like a very special place to live and raise a family. Fun, fun, fun :)
    Happy Memorial Day!
    Connie :)

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  6. Looks like a lot of fun and you got some great photos.

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  7. Hello!:) Cute dog, and monkey captures at the Spring Festival, and great pics of the location, and folk enjoying the many attractions. It does look like a lot of fun.

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  8. Fun festival with lots of local flavor -- that's the only kind I like! The GS's Peeps Show made me smile!

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  9. Quite a crowd showed up for the festival. Looks like a fun day. I hope you had bail money to get you out of the paddy wagon! ;)

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