For the first time in the three years I've lived in Clovis, I finally went to the Big Hat Days with my girlfriend Debbie. It's held every year around this time and is one of the largest craft shows in Central California. It's a two-day free event that includes 400 arts and crafts booths, family carnival, music and international food. The weekend event draws over 140,000 people and is held in Old Town Clovis.
I loved the vibrant colors of the tie dye booth so I took out my camera and started taking pictures. Now that I'm blogging I take my camera with me everywhere, you never know when an opportunity might present itself.
It was a beautiful day outside, the sun shining and a slight breeze. Debbie and I shared a warm pretzel with parmasian cheese, it was yummy. The kids seemed to be enjoying the various rides in the carnival.
This is a first for me, your eyes are not deceiving themselves that IS a dog not a child, in the "dog carriage"? I love the pink, that's still my favorite color.
It was a fun day had by all...next up on my To Do list for Clovis is the Rodeo at the end of April. And the Farmers Market too when that starts up.