Both locals and visitors from around the country and world came to the 6th Annual Big Horn Mountain Festival this weekend in Buffalo. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love was in attendance and brings us this story:
Almost everyone at the bluegrass festival appeared not just to be having a good time, but, well, for lack of better words, to be having “the time of their lives”. Even a gentleman who had lost his ability to walk was so animated and sparkled with spirit that he couldn't help but twirl and tango among the crowd of acutely jubilant dancers.
While everyone seemed to love the music, many also didn't seem to mind the festival's other attractions—everything from carne asada to handmade turquoise jewelry. The toy booth was also particularly popular. Becky, one of the booth's owners says why she thinks their kites, mystic sticks, and Chinese ladders have such a broad appeal:
In fact, something about the festival did seem to bring out youthfulness in even the gray-haired “kids”:
And it even seemed to bring out the “kid in the kid”:
And, just to “independently verify” that the Big Horn Mountain Festival brought out the kid in both the "gray" and the "green":
Covering another year of a world-class bluegrass fun, for Sheridan Media dot com news, this is Betsy Love reporting.