I was unable to do anything at the Horseshed Fair in Lancaster earlier this month because a nor'easter ripped through the state and dumped more rain on us than we've seen in months, as well as wind gusts over 60 mph. From what I know, hardly any vendors showed up and very few customers bothered to come in that weather. Lancaster, being themselves in their old timey ways to the point where they refuse to allow traffic lights to be installed on the busiest intersections where their country roads cross 117, would not host a rain date in the event of these circumstances. So there's $50 lost, which would have been the case had I gone anyway and gotten all my prints and merchandise damaged by water because you can't get a tent in October when everyone starts selling ice melt instead of summer fun things like said tents.
All the items stocked for the Horseshed Fair will be at Sterling Village instead, which includes the tote bags, pillows, prints, etc. as well as the CDs and download cards for my Erik Satie record and Earwig Rising. Because this is indoors, weather should not be a problem unless we get a blizzard. And with my luck, I won't rule that possibility out.