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2017 Ohio Pawpaw Festival
« on: August 03, 2017, 05:13:55 PM »
Any forum members planning to go to the Ohio Pawpaw Festival this year?

I'm considering making my first visit.

September 15-17.
Jus crazy bout dem pawpaws!

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Re: 2017 Ohio Pawpaw Festival
« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2017, 03:18:06 AM »
I am interested. I visited their website a couple of months ago after buying a couple of plants at a local nursery in Cincinnati. I really liked the art they featured on their page featuring a raccoon and a paw paw. I have never tried the fruits before. Even though I have seen the trees at local parks. (They were not in season yet.)  I do have 2 saplings that I am growing and am totally interested to try different varieties when the opportunity comes. :) I just need to find someone to drive up there with me as I don't exactly enjoy driving..
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Re: 2017 Ohio Pawpaw Festival
« Reply #2 on: August 19, 2017, 10:39:17 AM »
I am interested. I visited their website a couple of months ago after buying a couple of plants at a local nursery in Cincinnati. I really liked the art they featured on their page featuring a raccoon and a paw paw. I have never tried the fruits before. Even though I have seen the trees at local parks. (They were not in season yet.)  I do have 2 saplings that I am growing and am totally interested to try different varieties when the opportunity comes. :) I just need to find someone to drive up there with me as I don't exactly enjoy driving..
Cool! Yeah, I was wondering if you were thinking of going since you're in the "vicinity"
I love the hippy-inspired artwork they do every year too. That raccoon is adorable!
There should be some amazing pawpaws to eat there.
I have booked a hotel but things around here have gotten a little wacky for me lately - I hope I don't have to cancel my plans.
Jus crazy bout dem pawpaws!

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Re: 2017 Ohio Pawpaw Festival
« Reply #3 on: August 23, 2017, 01:04:37 AM »
I am interested. I visited their website a couple of months ago after buying a couple of plants at a local nursery in Cincinnati. I really liked the art they featured on their page featuring a raccoon and a paw paw. I have never tried the fruits before. Even though I have seen the trees at local parks. (They were not in season yet.)  I do have 2 saplings that I am growing and am totally interested to try different varieties when the opportunity comes. :) I just need to find someone to drive up there with me as I don't exactly enjoy driving..
Cool! Yeah, I was wondering if you were thinking of going since you're in the "vicinity"
I love the hippy-inspired artwork they do every year too. That raccoon is adorable!
There should be some amazing pawpaws to eat there.
I have booked a hotel but things around here have gotten a little wacky for me lately - I hope I don't have to cancel my plans.
If we both end up going for sure, we'll have to get in touch so we can meet up there! I've always wanted to meet members from the forum!:)
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Re: 2017 Ohio Pawpaw Festival
« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2017, 04:07:12 PM »

If we both end up going for sure, we'll have to get in touch so we can meet up there! I've always wanted to meet members from the forum!:)

Yep! I'd say it's 95% that my wife and I will be there, so we should stay in touch!
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