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Hit the Bricks!

ComeToFair  This year's Fulton Street Fair is called Hit the Bricks. There will be music, and beer, and dancing, a mule sale, a carnival and probably someone selling ShamWows.  0079399319800_215X215  Oh, and I'll be there, sweating and hawking books.

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 I'll have some cool goodies to raffle off, and all raffle money plus one dollar from every book sold will be donated to the American Cancer Society in honor of my mother, Butch Thomas. Drop in, pick up some good books, take a chance on a couple of awesome crime scene gifts, and support a good cause all while munching fried Oreo's or enjoying an ice cold beverage. It's a win win situation. Oh, and I have crime scene tape tatoos. Come on, you know you want one.

So drop in at the fair, and say hello. My booth will be the one wrapped in crime scene tape. 163229  

Mini-CIMG0047  And really where else can you go for a couple of hours and pick up a great book, some fried Oreos, a BBQ pork steak, and a cold beer. And, then sit in the shade and listen to some great music.

 Stop by the scene of the crime and introduce yourself even if you're not buying books. I'll be sure and direct you to the fried Oreos.


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Portland is full of Street Fairs, Street Walk closures and Farmers Markets. Always something, but I've never seen a book stand. Yours looked like something that I'd have found very interesting. Not shocked about mother nature though. Considering how it normally rains in Portland, and this year we are have way more than normal, I'd be afraid to put anything paper out.
Oh well.

Hi Patricia, Good to see you here.
Any time you have an outdoor event, you are pretty much at Mother Nature's mercy. We were ready for rain, but not for wind. We'll know better next time.

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