Saturday, June 27, 2009


Betty and I sit in a parking lot on the Roycroft campus. It is not a bad place to stay. I am being careful, trying to run the generator as unobtrusively as possible. We don't want to ruffle any feathers, because we want to be able to stay in this lot in the future, if we are allowed to come back again. There are lots of large shade trees and it is pretty close to our sales booth.
We are participating in a long anticipated arts and crafts show on the grounds here. Today was our first day and we did fairly well, financially. This is kind of a small show and the patron attendance is not great but the people who do come seem ready and able to buy.
One of the great things about this show, it is somewhat like the Keenen center in that they feed you often. We had a nice picnic style dinner after the show today with sandwich meats and cheeses and potato and macaroni salads etc. Tomorrow they have a breakfast for us and I'm told that we will have the leftovers from tonight for lunch tomorrow as well.

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