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BostonButterflyBostonButterfly Posts: 39
edited 5:52AM in EggHead Forum
I'm heading to my first Eggfest tomorow in NH. Looks like mother nature will be kind of moody. So - should I expect that I'll be standing in the rain all day, or will there be tents and things set up? Anyone know?



  • PS - my better half is not a fan of rainy days, so I thought we would plan to arrive at 11AM. Am I really going to kick myself if we don't arrive when the festival begins?
  • Weekend WarriorWeekend Warrior Posts: 1,702
    They have a large tent and 11:00am arrival is fine. There will plenty of goodies to sample all day. ;)
  • WWSisWWSis Posts: 1,448
    There is a big tent (was last year) so if it really gets bad you can get under cover.
  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 8,248
    I suggest that you get there as early as permissable. There are probably some from the Fri night party cooking breakfast early. Umbrellas are EGGceptable. Never having been to NH, I am guessing that there are some type of covers, if even just the large BGE tents. Have fun and take a great appetite.
  • WWSisWWSis Posts: 1,448
    Mornin brother - looks line we were typing at the same time ...we are leaving around 10:30. :)
  • Weekend WarriorWeekend Warrior Posts: 1,702
    Ok, safe travels. B)
  • Thanks everyone! Looking forward to my first festival!
  • The name tags didn't have people forum name, I never found you. :ohmy:
    There was a big tent for sitting in and the rain didn't stop the fun ;)
  • Some cooks today cooking lists seemed endless what different items they made. It is interesting to see how different fests have different local dishes. The thing I missed was printed recipes that we've gotten at other fests B)
  • KUDOS to Tarantin Tank and Diane Mullaney and Co. for throwing a FABULOUS party for everyone at NewEgglandfest IV in New Hampshire yesterday. Their hard work really showed. Despite the Friday night downpours, Mother Nature came through and we all had a fantastic time. Can't wait for June 2012 for NewEgglandfest V! Thank you to all of you!
  • Diane, I bet you can get recipes emailed to you! I just did! :-)

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