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2017 Castle of Muskogee!

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Craigmeister:
You can't win the dice game against the Escapologist.  It's like "betting against the house" in a casino.  It is fun trying to best him though.

It's easy for me to make it to the Castle, Tamtaro.  I live less than an hour away.  I wish I were as close to KCRF or the Sherwood Forest Faire.  I'm quite enamored with those locales.

I may make it tomorrow.  If I go, I may have young ones in tow.  I don't know if all of them would want to put up with all of the rain.

Melkar:
I should be up there this coming weekend (Memorial Day weekend) on Sat. and Sun.  Then the 8 hour drive back to Austin on Memorial Day.  :o

I'm looking forward to re-visiting it as last year was the first time that I got to see it.

Lady Renee Buchanan:
Five of us from Bristol are leaving tonight on the 11 1/2 hour drive to Muskogee.  We shall be at the faire all 3 days of the weekend, and drive the whole way home on Tuesday.

This is Steve and my second trip to this faire.  Outside of the blistering heat, we enjoyed it last time.  Will be sure to catch the acts mentioned.  If you see us there, please come up and say "hi."

RefMom3:
I wasn't able to make my weekend, and wasn't able to change my vacation time to try for a different one. I'm sure you'll enjoy a wonderful time, Lady Renee. I've seen clips of the parade they do in honor of Memorial Day, and it is very simple but very moving. Safe travels!

Lady Renee Buchanan:
Just got back from an incredible experience at Muskogee.  Everything was wonderful!  We loved the absolutely friendly and helpful employees.  All of the music was fantastic.  Loved Ezndel, and Angus is hysterical.  The pub sing was also excellent.

If you go,for lunch, Sir Tenderloin, which is a grilled pork loin sandwich on a bun with letter, tomato, onion, cheese, and a choice of sauces was delicious.  Their French fries were perfect, too.  We ate there 2 of the 3 days. 

We sat in the Maypole Square for the Memorial Service, which was very moving and was handled with dignity and respect.

We love his faire!

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