Another great year at the Goshen Fair, Goshen, CT. The weather was perfect.
I get to work in the lean-to addition in the front.
Goshen Fair is a small, but fun-filled fair up the the Northwest Corner of CT. One of the earliest New England potters, Hervey Brooks, lived right down the road, along with Jesse Wadhams and Jonathan Kettell, made functional redware pottery from the clay in Goshen in the late 1700s till the mid 1800s.
Herveys' pottery barn has been moved to Sturbridge village in MA.
So I feel right at home here in this simple country town and among woodcutters, ax-throwers, tractors, barnyard, farmers and stitchers displaying their skills and their wares.
See you next year in Goshen!