The place is a veritable rainbow of colors – everywhere you turn! When we pulled in – the pink hairbows, purple cows (seriously – but not pictured) and bright orange pumpkins were pulling me in every direction! What to look at first?!
There are over 500 vendors on both sides of the highway – and it’s literally on both sides of a highway. There were quite a few vendors selling things folks that make jewelry would use – strands of beads, etc… This one tent was quite large and had every precious stone you could think of. This table of geodes were really beautiful.
There were a few vendors with art (rather than crafts) – these were pretty cool but were pricey at $80 for the signs on the right.
Larry is a big fan of the Ford Mustang – so we were both pretty taken by the Mustang golf cart a couple people were driving around the market.
They also have fair-like food tents/vendors with elephant ears, swirly potatoes, tenderloins and pineapple soft serve. Good stuff.
These plastic lights were pretty cool – they came in all different colors – very Ikea don’t ya think?!
This was a rather popular find as well – we found 3 booths with these in all different animals – holding wine and beer bottles. This little guy cracked me up a bit.
I will warn you – go early – or the line may drive you insane. You’re literally driving along this road and then bam – traffic jam. Traffic comes in from both directions and the hold up is that there is one parking lot, with one little old lady collecting $3 from each car. We waited about 15 minutes – the line when we left was going to have at least an hour long wait.