Monday, October 12, 2009

2009 GrapeFest In Grapevine, Texas

Mark, his sister, brother-in-law and I attended the 23rd annual GrepFest in Grapevine, Texas. We had a great afternoon together. The photographs tell a better story.



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A drunken armadilla at the Loan Oak Vineyards' booth.


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A La Buena Vida Vineyards' monk promotes their wine to the Grapefest wine tasters.


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Grape and crackers display at the Haak Vineyards and Winery booth.


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Free cheese for wine tasters.


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A windmill-powered water tower at the historic Grapevine in Tarrent County, Texas.


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Miss Grapevine antique truck is displayed at the historic Grapevine in Tarrent County, Texas.


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A statue of a cowboy rides a mustang at Archie St. Clair gallery at the historic Grapevine.


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A larger-than-life statue of a cowboy at Archie St. Clair gallery at the historic Grapevine.


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Camel statues at Archie St. Clair gallery at the historic Grapevine.


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Incompleted statues of emergency workers commissioned for the city of Southlake, Texas at Archie St. Clair gallery at the historic Grapevine.


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Sixteen-year-old flamework artist Corbin Fonville works on a marble. He received the tools as a Christmas gift from his parents last years.


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Blacksmith Lonnie Robinson of Wagon Wheel Forge hammers a monogram into the railroad spike.


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Chinese food stand.

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