I had a chance to return to the Horseshoe Market in Denver yesterday, for the first time in a few years! It is an Indie Craft vintage market that takes place near a park in North Denver. In the years since I was last there, it has it grown -- so happy to see that! Dennis came with me because we were off to see Ben afterwards.
Fall has arrived here, so it was a cloudy day but the sun did peek out from time to time as we walked around and visited the booths.
Besides booths, there were some mobile shops and food trucks, too.
Lots of jewelry, art, textiles, and antiques. There were lots of city people with their dogs and baby carriages in this young and hip neighborhood. I came home with some craft supplies and greeting cards.
This is my friend Amy's booth, full of vintage Halloween fun!
(That's her, above, laughing with a customer!)
At lunchtime, we decided to try some of the food truck fare...above, The Elvis: a grilled peanut butter, nutella, banana, honey and BACON sandwich! It was DELICIOUS -- from the purple food truck Hey PB&J. Wow.
Of course, the best part of the day was after the market, when we drove another hour north and visited Ben at his university. It was so good to see him!
We visited and had dinner...
got caught up, heard lots of stories, and laughed. He seems to be doing very well.