There were a ton of vendors, braving the unseasonable 54* weather...
I found this woman and her Mother selling these most adorable wine glasses. She hand makes them, of course, but I thought it was such an original idea. She doesn't have a website, but I have her contact info, so if you're in the area and would like to order one from her, drop her a line. Just leave a comment below and I'll get it to you. I just thought they were neat, and she was a nice lady.
I don't know her at all, I just thought her idea was cute and wanted to feature her here. She was super nice, and agreed to let me take her picture, but was a little apprehensive about whether my blog was just Pinterest. I think she was just concerned that someone might copy her idea. You wouldn't do that, would you? Please, order one from her, if you like them. A lot of work goes into these handcrafted items. I'm sure it would make her day if you did!
We ate at the very popular Dr. Jazz soda fountain and grille. It has the 50's diner feel and taste, too!
If you love ice cream...you must try this place!
...the old television set playing black and white shows from way back when.
Inside is no different. It really is a blast from the past with the old drugstore look.
There's even a long counter you can sit at to have a soda or share a malt with your sweetie!
Even though it was cold, and the diner was full and busy, we got a pretty nice time out of it. We ventured on to do a little more shopping, but that's for the next post!