Monday, April 22, 2019

Pickens Azalea Festival


Good location for my booth, open to traffic on two sides.

A WASHOUT

Saturday at the Pickens Azalea Festival I learned that in some cases you need more than a tent. It was a promising venue—well organized, various arts represented, continuous traffic. But I left at noon. 

Even with a coat, I went to the corner coffee shop to warm up.
The temperature didn’t get out of the 50s and as soon as clouds blew out they blew in. Almost constant drizzle if not rain. The worst of it was that the wind blew the rain into our tent. If you’re selling jewelry or wood art, it’s not so bad. But rain ruins books. Pickens was great. The weather was awful. 

A day for coats and umbrellas
















 

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