Pickle Festival

The pickles were free and the sawdust was deep on Saturday the 27th.
This was the 11th annual Winchester N.H. Pickle Festival.
The rain held off until the end of the day and many people came out to play.
And eat pickles of coarse. There were many other things to eat and do.
One was watch me carve a six foot long covered bridge.
The # 3 bridge was lost to fire back in the 70’s but it is alive again in a scaled down version that I carved
at this years Festival.
There are several covered bridges in the Winchester area.
The carving is going to be a permeate display on the town hall grounds.
 
Aya and Freddy were with me and we had a great time.
Special thanks for  "Winchester Pickle Festival" and  "P Square Country Store" !!!
 
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About Michael Blaine

Professional Chainsaw carver
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