Melanie and I recently went to the Excelsior Art Fair.
For those of you not familiar, Excelsior, Minnesota is a quaint lakefront town of about 2,400 people on the shores of Lake Minnetonka about 20 miles west of Minneapolis.
Parking can be a problem in Excelsior so we arrived about 60 minutes before the 10am opening.
We had time to eat so off it was to a great new restaurant in town:
Mindful that I was a serious calorie counter, I decided on a low-cal breakfast:
THAT WAS GOOD!
I’m going to Lago Tacos again.
Fortified, we headed down the street to the art fair. The Port of Excelsior is a great place: lake, park, fishing, swimming, boat rides and enjoying a nice day:
Hey! The Art Fair is behind you!
I thought long and hard on our first stop:
I really wanted that pig for the front yard but, in the end, I decided to wait for an Elvis statue.
Lots of butt shots at an art fair:
My favorite places:
The big picture of the art fair:
I’m all for moral:
I used to work here. When I quit, the CEO said my leadership had changed the company forever. The next thing I knew, they went bankrupt. Nothing is forever.
Well, we are getting tired. Should I go to the bathroom before we head home?
Balloon creation looks like the last boss I had.
We had a nice time. Next week it is the Stone Arch Bridge Art Festival.
See you there!