Last month Mom had an author spot at the Iris Fair in Greeneville, Tennessee. It was another adventure where I was able to meet and greet interesting characters, young and old.
This sweet lady had a talking bird on her arm.
She cracked me up with some ‘punny’ jokes. I wondered if her arm got tired holding a bird of that size.
The fun thing about going to these fairs is I have made a few friends and got to slurp them once again. These beautiful young ladies brought a new friend too, Miss East Tennessee 2023 (she’s in the middle).
You can read my blog post, “Beauties and the Beast,” about these beauties.
Pirates wandered everywhere. Mom says they were advertising a Renaissance Faire, whatever that means. I just know they made growling sounds but were very friendly.
Then I met some maidens who were waiting for something, I bet they were waiting for a treat.
Apparently, they work together at the Renaissance thing. I looked it up online and you can find info about the Faire here.
My favorite was this big furry guy that smelled like trees.
Zeke is Tusculum University’s mascot because he’s a pioneer and that’s their team name. We were there in April at Author’s Row.
Mom says he looks a lot like Davy Crocket, a historical figure who lived in our area. I don’t care who he looked like, he smelled good and I gave him a welcome slurp.