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Faire Time
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Darryl Gangloff rented a costume and got in character during his recent visit to the New York Renaissance Faire. Photo by Kayla Smith

Summer may be drawing to a close, but there’s still plenty of time to visit the shire and enjoy a mug of mead while watching a jousting tournament. And who knows, you may even bump into Robin Hood or Queen Elizabeth I.

The New York Renaissance Faire has been a favorite of mine for a dozen years.

This is the fair’s 35th anniversary, and I decided to celebrate by driving to Tuxedo, NY, with my fiancée and her cousin to venture into the quaint village tucked away in Sterling Forest.

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