Arts festival we had to park elsewhere and take a shuttle bus to the gardens. This was my first experience on a charter bus. Those things are Huge! We found out that this particular charter service runs a bus from Toledo up to the Detroit casinos regularly. Something to think about.
Arts festival had so many beautiful things, unfortunately it also had so many people! I was trying to find some people to snag a picture of but sadly I didn’t see them, Sorry Mr. Ian.
There was no good vantage point to get a view of the crowds so you will just have to believe me. It was a crush of people.
I was entranced by this womans art. She did glass sculpture and there were layers and layers of detail imbedded into the glass.
Everyone send me a thank you for forgetting my camera at the harness races. It’s this wonderfully seedy place, filled with an amazing assortment of humanity. One older gentleman was exactly what you would expect to see at a very seedy racetrack, with the added bonus of pants that rode about 6 inches below where they should have. I saw much more of this man, than I would ever for any reason want to. I would not have been able to resist a picture.
Sadly Crane Creek was also kind of a bust. First picture is my favorite view from the wildlife reserve. I find it ironic.
No sun, but in place of sun we had millions of MayFlies. If you’ve never experienced mayflies, they are truly disgusting to walk through. Once they land on you, they want to stay. ICK. The car below parked directly under a tree they were hovering in. Look closely at it, and the ground around it.
Check out the traffic in the left lane of the bridge. It’s a new bridge and this weekend was the grand opening, complete with Blimp. I took blimp pictures, and realized without anything else in the frame, they are unimpressive and boring.