And, we loved every minute of it. We sat on the porches of Mile Branch Settlement, participated in a local display with young people who are against smoking and underage drinking and listened to good country and bluegrass music. We could smell freshly roasted peanuts and deep fried cracklins. We visited with long lost friends and caught up on missed time.
We enjoyed a visit from a dear friend who we hadn't seen since 2005. It was a joy to sit on the porches of Mile Branch Settlement, to smell the peanuts roasting and to stop and chat for thirty minutes at a time and then walk on. Thank you, Tai, for coming to our Fair and for re-remembering the fair from your childhood.