There is your Sacramento Realtor, hanging out between the A and M in the Sacramento logo for our Farm to Fork Festival. And that thing behind me? Looks like a helicopter, right? Pretty space agey, high-tech.
Since my husband works at the state, we have free parking for these events, but we could have walked from Land Park, too. The main thing about the Farm to Fork Festival is timing and the excessively long lines. Sure, the lamb booth when we walked in offered such a tasty menu that people were lined up down the block. I was hungry enough to eat anything that did not involve a long line.
We were lucky to find two big sausage booths, across from each other. The one on the south side of Capitol had a long line, but the the sausage booth on the north did not. After grabbing a sausage, a beer sounded like a good idea. Headed over and struggled a bit to even find the end of the line. Looking forward, I could tell it contained far more people than I was willing to wait to be served ahead of me.
However, the craft cocktail wagon? Wide open! No line at all! You can read more and see a lot more photographs, including the cutest goats ever at this link in my personal blog today: Photos of Farm to Fork Festival in Sacramento.