Over the weekend, we went to the Festival of the Little Hills, in St. Charles, MO. About 200,000 people go attend annual festival which takes over historic Main Street and Frontier Park.
I have pictures of Main Street without the crowds here and here, if you want to see what a pretty area it is. Mercifully, it wasn’t too hot…my daughter and I both get wicked crabby in crowds if we are too warm! We were able to stay for almost 6 hours.
We did not eat any of the fried food (my gallbladder was cringing just from reading this sign), but we did get some of the Kettle Corn, which is popcorn made in big kettles over a fire and sweetened!
We sniffed candles ’till we had headaches, but didn’t buy any… these were made with wax and I’m a soy girl. The soy vendors had mostly baked food scents, which make me hungry so I won’t burn those in our home. Cranilla (cranberry vanilla) is our favorite scent, but we didn’t find any of those.
Is there a Tiki trend I’m not aware of?! We passed several booths full of Tiki-themed decorations!
And of course no Missouri festival would be complete without an antique tractor display :)