Rain Didn't Dampen Spirits Of Medieval Fair Visitors
Despite the pouring rain, howling wind and muddy ground, many people braved the wet weather and had a little fun at the Hoggetowne Medieval Faire.
It's the 24th year for the fair, and visitors were able to listen to music, watch plays and cheer on their favorite knight as they fought in full armor.
The Alachua County Fairgrounds was transformed into a medieval marketplace despite the damp and dreary weather.
"Pouring down rain? Well, this is normal English weather! I don't understand what the problem is. We're out here because its fun, it's a faire day. you don't waste a faire day just because it's raining!"
The fair will also be going on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and next Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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