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War Eagle Craft Fair

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I mentioned last week the craft fair I braved with my sister and her boyfriend’s mother. Well, it wasn’t just any craft fair, it was the historic War Eagle Craft Fair. War Eagle is the craft fair around these parts and people come from all over the country to experience the overflowing tents of crafts, greasy food, and bluegrass music. It was my first time to attend and I was excited to see what all the hype was about.

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I don’t know which is more sad- the fact that I accidently deleted a lot of the photos I took, or the fact that I still ended up with approximately 150 photos.

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The fair takes place on the grounds of the War Eagle Mill which has a really unique history that dates back to 1832 when the first Mill was built.

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When it’s not being overrun with crafters, the mill is fully operational and produces flour and other baking goods. They make an awesome cinnamon whole wheat pancake mix that Jacob and I used to devour on a weekly basis.

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These hammocks were so comfortable that I thought we’d lost Melissa forever.

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Like the typical crazy person I am, I bought three things for Lois and one small Christmas gift for a relative. If being obsessed with your dog is wrong, I don’t want to be right.

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It was a beautiful fall morning and I loved seeing all the different crafts (shocker, I know). War Eagle Craft Fair, I will definitely be back.

**Sorry posting has been so sporadic lately. With the blog being down last week and Halloween prep this week, I’m a little on the overwhelmed busy side. Can’t wait to share the details of our costumes and the First Annual Leonard Halloween Extravaganza we’re hosting on Saturday!**

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