There is a park that’s about a 20 minute walk from us. It is a good size park, with a maze, a food stand, some local history, and lots of trees. Canterbury hosted their Food Festival there a couple weeks ago. They had so many food vendors, as well as a few non-food vendors. The food included, German sausage, pizza, Mexican, Italian, pork, Vietnamese, Crepes, chicken, Thai, sweets (including ice cream, gourmet marshmallows, pies, cakes, brownies), juice, beer, wine, liquors – and probably more. And there were multiple vendors with each of those types of food. They had a kid’s tent with toys and crafts, Face paint,
and rides.They had music. This was the small set up they had. They also have a bandstand. I don’t know if you can hear him very well, but he was doing a lot of Frank Sinatra and I thought he was pretty good. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ct3CL2JshI&feature=youtu.be
We really enjoyed the food. A couple days before, while they were setting up (that whole process took them a few days before it started), I saw a French Crepe stand. That was my first stop. I also had a Vietnamese dish and a brownie. N also decided to try a crepe, but not at the French Crepe place.
M had grilled cheese, and some yummy chicken tenders.
Hubby had a fajita burrito and a Thai dish. He also tried a beer and a spicy Mediterranean dish. The girls and I also tried these gourmet marshmallows that were pretty tasty. We also had a sample of some juice and decided to get some, along with some of the marshmallows and local honey. We all enjoyed the Food Festival. Can’t wait for next year!
We also found a new park last week. It has a much bigger playground. Unfortunately, I didn’t get many pictures. But I am sure we will go many more times. There are two of these swings and both girls loved them.There is a double decker bus with a slide. There are many other wood structures with slides, swings, ropes, poles, slopes, and bridges. Much fun has been had.
Next week – a walk through of the house.