Yesterday, my family and I attended the Feast of the Hunters' Moon, which is a historic reenactment of 18th century life at Fort Ouiatenon, the first French outpost in Indiana. In spite of some early rain, it was a perfect day for the Feast--partly cloudy and cool.
The Feast is a treat for the senses. The smell of the campfires hits you first, followed by the sounds of cannonfire, fife and drum corps, dulcimer and fiddle players, and blacksmiths pounding out tools on their anvils. There are tents as far as the eye can see, and the hardest part is deciding where to start.
I thought I'd just share the day with you in pictures:
|The 42nd Royal Highlanders|
|Love the red and white checked socks!|
|Music to my ears|
Signs of fall
|...and a little taste of fall|
|Hand-dyed ribbon--I had to buy some of this!|
|Colorful hand-dyed linen|