Summer solstice arrived. Time for the Fremont Fair. An eclectic Seattle neighborhood, Fremont boasts a troll under the bridge, a statue of Lenin, and the biggest, eccentric solstice parade around.
A family and dog-friendly fair teeming with streets full of art, jewelry, clothing, food, soap, and other endless trinket booths. Dress code allows high heel boots or ripped jeans, scantily clad or unclad.
We come for the chocolate truffles, unique, useful trinkets and the crowd. The throng includes women in bustiers, men in kilts, and a woman in a striped wrap around skirt, enveloped in faux fur with fairy wings on her back.
The lukewarm cloudy weather discouraged the nudists and attendance this year. The nudist booth featured bundled up hosts, a disappointment. Hot weath...
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