If you live in the North American Continent, you’re probably noticing some shifts in weather patterns, shortened days, and some color changes in the natural setting around around your home. In fact, you may also be observing that harvesting is underway for many farmers if you live in the midwest portion of the United States. We can associate these seasonal changes with one thing… the autumn season.
So what would be more approprate than attending a fall festival? I can’t find anything more fitting to write about for this blog post as over the weekend I attended Wykoff, Minnesota’s Fall Fest. Wykoff, a town of only 444 according to the population sign, holds the festival every year near the end of September or early October. No, it’s not to be mistaken with Oktoberfest, but rather a town celebration welcoming the early days of Fall.
The main event that I attended was the festival’s parade. So here are a few images to commemorate 2012’s Fall Fest.