Is It Really Over?

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Frederick has been coming to the Fair for three decades! A very sweet and special fellow.

The last day of State Fair is always bittersweet for me.  Twelve days of traveling to and from our farm to Syracuse makes one quite tired, but when it’s all over, I always feel a bit sad as it will be an entire year before I get to see many of those that work at the Agricultural Museum as well as those of you who return to watch a soap-making demonstration or just say hi!  I cannot say “Now I can get some rest,” as I must crack the whip and start making more soaps TOMORROW for the remainder of the year!    Here are a few more photos of old and new friends, and I look forward to seeing many of you again next year at the Great New York State Fair.  Next year, I hope to have a better handle of taking and posting photos and sharing more of the museum and goings on around the Fair.  Until then, we will be at several more festivals/shows, so stay tuned and enjoy the remainder of your summer.  With love and blessings,  Lorraine

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Our “niece” Madeline won her class in the walk-trot division! We are SO proud of her! Well done Sweety!
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Dear Christ-centered friends from the Big Apple DaMarie, hubby Tim, his Uncle Ed (hiding in the back!) and their precious gift from God!
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Fred and Robby have been soap fans for years. Love you guys!
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A wonderful reunion with Sue and her son and daughter. We grieve with you in your loss. Much love!
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Inside and out, the most attractive couple at the State Fair. Bill and Sue you both exude joy!
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Pretty little Lilian brought her mum and dad to the Fair. Wish I could nap that easily!
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Sue and Jeff (another superb photographer). Good friends made during Jeff and my days at Finger Lakes Community College.
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Dave and wife Lynda recounted how his aunt made her own soap and got a grease stain out with it! They LOVE homemade soap.
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De nouveau amis de Montréal–Luc et Nathalie!
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Getting our aromatherapy at the Ag Museum!
Dick and wife Sandy, who used to help my mentor Kathy when SHE did the soap making demos at the Ag Museum!
Dick and wife Sandy, who used to help my mentor Kathy when SHE did the soap making demos at the Ag Museum!
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