The weather did not look to good, but the rain held off for most of it, but by the end, we were soaked. By seven in the evening, it did not matter, we moved under the covered tents they had set up on the street where the bleachers were, and we sat and listened to the music. We stayed almost to the very end, but were tired, so we left for home before the main act was done their set. It was awesome to see the local musicians play, and all the fun stuff at the booths for people to see and wonder around and ask questions. There were many artists and merchants, so there was plenty to see and do. But this crazy northern weather.
Yeah, the clouds did look to good. In fact, we thought that we would see some lightening along the mountains, but instead it just started getting more muggy, and you could smell the rain in the air. But, it did stay dry for most of the day.
At one point, someone put out a pan full of soapy water, and some bubble making things in it, and the kids went to town making bubble in the air. Also, there was chalk, so by the end, before the rain hit, kid everywhere were drawing on the pavement. It was quite fun to watch. I think becuase of the weather, only a small crowd showed, but they went one with the party regardless.
Turns out, one the musicians that play is a guy that work with. I was racking my brains out trying to figure out if I knew him or not. When he stepped off the stage and went behind us, he came up to me a moment later and said hi. Then I recognized him. It was funny, from my point of view–I am still the new guy in town.