Monday, October 23, 2006

On Saturday we went to the Trolley Festival in Myersville, MD, to see Cold Hard Cash. The drummer grew up in my dad's neighborhood, back in the day (I think they might have been cut from the same smart aleck cloth).

From the band's website:

“Spooky”
— An Alexandria, VA, concertgoer on Rob Petrie’s rendition of Folsom Prison Blues.

Cold Hard Cash is a high-energy honky tonk foursome featuring
spot-on recreations of classic hits by the legendary Johnny Cash.
Spooky is right. If you like old Johhny Cash, go to their site and give them a listen.



The requisite pony rides took place...


...and we saw this pretty little girl (look at the heart on her head!)

...and what's a trolley festival without a trolley?

There was also a booth with locally spun alpaca yarn (I was too busy drooling to take a photo. I have a pattern in mind for some of the yarn I saw, but couldn't remember the yardage so I got her card to get it later.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Pearls Mother said...

a flying Lydia is cute!
It looks like you all had fun at the trolley festival.
In Australia we call trolley's, trams
and the are still used for public transport in some capital cities.
So you need some alpaca,
I agree as you can never have enough alpaca,
it's just about my fave yarn.
Lindy

10/23/2006 9:42 PM  
Blogger Leslie said...

Aww, the cow with the heart is cute :)

10/24/2006 6:00 AM  

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