So much wine at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival and only two of us to drink it all. How did we fair? Or should we say, how did we Faire?
It was an exciting day filled with wine, stupendous weather (for the most part) and lots of wonderful people who actually took the time to talk with us.
Our second stop was to get our first glass of wine, Trinity Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon served to us by the wonderfully entertaining Libby Blyth and her booth partner, Ariah Frey. What’s our first stop, you ask? Well! Aren’t you nosy?
Then we were drawn like moths to a deadly, deadly flame at Angel Sword and creator Daniel Watson.
And the Dregs are loud! Or was it just us? Regardless you may want to turn this bit down because your paltry speakers can’t handle the sheer awesomeness of the Dregs performing “Megan McGee.”
Next we have a windy conversation with the fabulous duo of Beefcake and Olive (aka Molly and Nick Glover!) It was so very windy.
Brett at Blah-Blah-Blah-Whatever-The-Name-Of-This-Place-Actually-Is served us some yummy Montevino Barbara and SeaGlass Pinot Noir.
Then we had an amazingly windy conversation with Oliver (aka Dan Patton) who is, by the way, looking for a singer or a guitarist to make beautiful music with. Find him on Facebook! Apparently he’s playing solo! A lot!
Doggies! Doggies distracted us! And we got to learn some neat stuff about Siberian Huskies from Micheal Mack. More importantly, we got to pet doggies.
Who could possibly go to Ren Fest and not take time to gawk at the stunning and charming Anna LaVigne?
And now we’re thirsty again so we try out the Sutter Home Merlot!
And now, hold on to you uteruses, because this is seriously the cutest baby podcast in the world. EVER. EVER!!1!
Lucy’s parents are equally as adorable.
Rain forced us to put on fancy plastic and eat chocolate covered strawberries at Royal Sweets. It was tough but we made it. Barely.
Martin Weeks taught us the ways of keeping money where it should be and how to get super delicious mead at great prices.
Body coolers/warmers were experienced and adored at Lady Artisans. They actually make a huge difference.
We wrapped up our annual adventure to the Minnesota Renaissance Festival with wonderful memories, fantastic goodies, and the age-old question:
(Disclaimer time: So our notes with everyone’s name on it got mashed, wet, lost, and then found in an exciting location. If we misspelled your name, we’re super sorry! Please let us know and we’ll fix it as soon as we can. Pinky swear!)