Scarborough Faire

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Simon and Garfunkle have asked, and as a matter of fact, yes, Cathey and I are indeed going to Scarborough Fair(e). We're going on the weekend of May 4th. Any Pack members headed that direction? It's a Renaissance festival next to Waxahatchie, Texas, running every weekend through early June.
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Gee..sounds like fun, but all my funds are for a-kon..I gotta be ready, but hope you all at least have fun :D

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Post by MoonKit »

Why is like the entire pack near Texas? :lol: I miss everything over in NJ. :(
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Post by Kaebora »

My uncle Joe used to work there as a flute maker and musician. I haven't been to that festival in nearly a decade. Maybe next year, when I'm down there for a week and a half for A-Kon and family, I'll spend a day there. Hey Scott, maybe me and you can try and work our schedules together into going in 2008?
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Sounds plausible; I'll miss you there at 2007.
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