The barns are quiet, but soon they will be teeming with 4-H and FFA youngsters and their livestock. Farmers from all over the county will bring their prized animals to be paraded and judged.
The fairgrounds are also quiet, except for the carnival workers setting up the rides, the food stands and the games. Here they hope to tempt the fair go-ers with thrills, candy apples, cotton candy and the chance to win giant stuffed animals. The Kingwood Fire Dept. and dozens of community organizations are preparing massive amounts of batter, sausage and all the trimmings.
Because you see , it is Buckwheat Festival time, and come this Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, all of Preston County will put a hold on their everyday lives. They will head to our county seat and get their fill of Buckwheat Cakes and carnival food. They will see which one of their neighbors grew the blue ribbon hay, buckwheat and giant pumpkin. They will find out who produced the winning yeast bread, canned vegetables and needlework. They will watch parades for the chance to see their child perform in the band, ride on a float or perhaps even be Queen Ceres or King Buckwheat.
Yes… it is F-A-L-L, and it’s Buckwheat Festival time, here in Preston County.
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All this to me is absolute magic; I will not bore you here as to why .. but thankyou so much for making me feel that the world is STILL ALIVE.