When we reached main street, I looked around and thought "what a lovely town," with its specialty store fronts and beachy atmosphere. We were told to set up our booth at space 818. This early morning setup is always fraught with difficulty of maneuvering around the cars, trucks and trailers of other vendors to get to our spot. Finally, we parked and unloaded, tent, tables, signs, chairs, jewelry boxes and other stuff. Steve went off to park and while I waited for him to come back, I looked at the long line of vendors. The fair boasted 400 vendors, but I didn't know if this was good or bad. Good that a lot of shoppers would be at the fair and maybe bad because of all the competition.
When Steve got back, we set up the tent and tables and then laid out our jewelry on the displays. We are always changing our displays - trying to find the most attractive way to show off our pieces.