the north ga apple festival


Hi friends!

I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. Somehow, thanks to my lovely friends, I've been able to thoroughly enjoy this fall weather and everything that comes along with it, despite all the wonderful/crazy/busy things going on in my life at the moment.

On Sunday, Mary Beth, Lindsay, and I went up to Elijay to visit the North Georgia Apple Festival. It's become an annual tradition for Mary Beth and I for a couple of years and most of her mother's family lives up there. It's really a fantastic place, with all kinds of terribly yummy fried food and arts and crafts. Back in 2009, they even had camels. Yes, camels. And we got to ride them. It was totally insane. And fun, too. So even if I never get to Egypt like I planned, at least I'll never have to wonder what it's like to ride a camel. 














1 comment

C.Curley said...

I always want to go to festivals like this...but I never think about it until it's too late or I have other obligations. Looks like so much fun! :)