It is a bucolic setting where locals set Adirondack chairs to face the lovely river, or where people spend their Saturdays and Sunday's on their small canoes and boats fishing or riding down the river.
The small canal runs parallel to the river and usually is filled with joggers and bike riders or dog owners walking their dogs on a lazy afternoon.
Well today there were no walkers, or runners, no one fishing or boating because it was Harvest Day.
Harvest Day is a yearly event where vendors set up their tents along the streets. There usually is live music and many outdoor cooking.
We had lovely weather and as you can see there was a wonderful turnout.
I was impressed by a lovely woman painter painting with acrylics on canvas, this sweet house. I had to take a photo.
My oldest son's girlfriend Liddy is an artist. She is a graphic designer and a creatively artistic person who makes lovely creations out of recycled paper and natural products.
Here is my son and his girlfriend tending to customers. She had so many intrigued by her work and literally everyone who left her tent left with a shopping bag.
Did I mention it was 84 degrees?
Her signs were all done handmade, freehand mind you. Lovely. Everything she does is so delicate and
beautiful. I bought some feathers that were made from paper and sprinkled with glitter and a sweet copper flower she made of paper as well.
www.madebyliddy.com is Liddy's sight if anyone out there is interested in seeing or ordering any of her lovely creations.
My other son Matt in the back ground. I wore a long sleeve blouse in silk that I love but today it was 84 degrees and although I was in fall mode, I sweat like crazy. I don't know what I was thinking. But It truly was a beautiful day for Harvest day.