Well, they're all still there, so maybe the demons are hard at work. Let's hope so.
Fun Blood, September 22, 2012 ), which movie makers Mat and Myron Smith were selling at their booth, but I really did enjoy wandering about checking out the vendors' wares. There was a record number this year, and I don't think I've ever seen a bigger crowd in town, save for the Christmas parades I used to attend as a kid. I hope the many vendors made lots of money. We parted with a few dollars here and there, and we had funnel cake. That's two weekends in a row I've had funnel cake. I may die. Of joy.
Last evening, my friends Joe Albanese and Dan Shannon celebrated their birthdays at the Albaneses' place in Greensboro, so after a spot of geocaching in Danville, Brugger and I went to help them out. We drank wine and stayed up late.
Today, it's back to The Night Cache, the current work-in-progress. And, if I'm lucky, perhaps a little caching as well.
|Why, yes there were llamas at Oktoberfest. This is important to remember:|
If you are swimming and you see llamas, you shout, "Watch out! There are llamas!"
|A large number of vendors and attendees at Oktoberfest. Note the absence of stampeding llamas. Disappointing.|
|The old courthouse in uptown Martinsville, which has been restored and refurbished. Unfortunately, the|
construction took out one of my geocaches, forcing me to archive it. A shame, as it was a nice cache.