Saturday, August 28, 2010

Saturday at the Fair

It was a great day to be at the North Idaho Fair ... not too hot, not too cold and no rain or wind! During my appearance in the Coeur d'Alene Press booth I met a lot of long-time Main Street readers and gathered nearly 50 names to add to the Main Street Birthday Club. After my stint there Bert and I strolled through the vendors and booths, seeing lots of familiar faces in our travels. Fairgrounds Manager Chris Holloway was also photographing fairgoers, finding me in my corn shirt in of all places, the Ekness booth with a bowl of North Idaho Beer Balls. :) Check out the album HERE to see some of the people I met in my travels at the fair, including the newest Birthday Club members!

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