When life throws a bowl of speghetti at you… juggle it!

When life throws a bowl of spaghetti at you, juggle it!  More fun photos from the Renfest of years gone by!

One of the things I failed to mention perhaps was all the fun, “clean” (or not so clean!) entertainment!  Having never imagined I would see anyone juggling spaghetti, this was quite the spectacle!

For those of you who are interested in attending this year… Bay Area Renaissance Festival 2017! (Denise and I have discounted tickets available, save $5 over gate admission prices!)

As I mentioned before for those with limited mobility…

I am sorry to say, that this festival makes it a little challenging for those who have limited mobility.  This is, after all, a renaissance festival celebrating days gone by, days before sidewalks and paved walkways.  The terrain is a little rough but can be navigated with your mobility scooter. However. it is harder on the batteries and something you need to be aware of. Make sure you have a full charge, you will want to see everything!

Also, if it is raining, these fields tend to get muddy and more difficult to navigate. The best plan of attack would be to watch the weather, and know before you go.  If it has been raining for the past 3 or 4 days, put off your visit until the next weekend.  That is the beauty of having a festival that runs for 6 or 7 weeks on the weekends, get rained out one weekend, go the next!

For those of you who might have been wondering, this is not a paid advertisement, but rather an endorsement of a worthy travel destination.

Let me share with you the most important thing I have discovered.  Where ever you go, whatever you see, share it with others!  Don’t be afraid to stop and smell the roses, to share a smile with a stranger, a meal with friends and build memories together that will last a lifetime!

More fun photos from the RenFen can be seen in my previous post, Bay Area Renaissance Festival Memories!

All photographs in this post were taken by the author, Bill McQueen, amateur photographer, food enthusiast and sometimes traveler.

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