I had a pretty decent slice of apple cranberry pie.
Local Sprouts couldn't keep up with demand for there pea soup on sunday in the damp and cold. It showed promise but of course it didn't time to really come together, but it was hot.
Very interesting and artful drawing "The True Cost Of Coal". As I said there was a lot of politics, education and persuasion going on around the fair grounds including pro & con wind power advocate groups.
The farmers market had lots of really nice looking produce including Sparrow Arc Farm which supplies some of the better restaurants in Maine and beyond with fresh products.
Fingers Look Like Carrots!
This little guy would follow his owner around gathering lots of attention and affection from the kids.
These were cool backyard houses for kids or grownups.
|Best Food I tried by far was this milk, which lucky Portlanders can buy at Whole Foods.|