A craftsperson’s perspective on Summer Fest

If you, like me, are “just a spectator” at street festivals, here’s an interesting perspective … a blog entry by a soapmaker who apparently has a booth somewhere at Summer Fest.

Meantime, one last observation, and then I’ll get on to wishing the Garden Tour folks (today!) good luck, and looking ahead to next weekend (THE PARADE! THE PARADE! plus on Sunday 7/23, it’s “Stuff the Bus” time for Westside Baby — you can get slightly more environmentally sound disposables at PCC, btw): Among the more interesting sights on the southern block of WSSF are side-by-side outdoor areas for Talarico’s and Elliott Bay Brewery. The former is behind a tall chain-link fence; the latter, behind a cheery-looking short white picket fence. Maybe just something to do with the whole “no kids” thing? All the same, the Talarico’s visitors look like they’re in jail.

1 Reply to "A craftsperson's perspective on Summer Fest"

  • Angela July 19, 2006 (12:49 pm)

    We noticed that too! Plus, Elliott Bay’s area was extended beyond the sidewalk, where Talarico’s was kept back closer to the sidewalk. I think you’re right, it definitely has something to do with the “kid thing.” (Can you tell I’m partial to Elliott Bay Brewery and I have a family??)

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