What a wonderful weekend! In every way. I had a terrific time spending my first full weekend as a vendor. Of course, I was so close to the stage that I didn’t have to miss a note of music, and even kept my usual gig of selling CDs for Clandestine and Teribus.
Thanks especially to my neighbor, Craig Scotland and his lovely bride Deanna of Jiggernaut, for all their help and advice. And also to Ros and Paul Shepherd, who run the whole darn thing. It couldn’t have gone better. Well, okay, I could have remembered to photograph a couple of pairs of earrings that I sold. But if that’s my biggest tragedy, I’ll find a way to carry on!
[Click to embiggen] Here’s what my booth looked like before I rearranged and took down the back wall to see the stage:
And here’s what you do when the rainstorm won’t let you perform with amplification. If you look closely, you can see the world-famous Marybeth McQueen sitting in my booth, as a backdrop for Clandestine’s unexpected acoustic show. Whee!