The morning started off REALLY slow, but after an egg and cheese bagel sandwich and caffeine, we flew out to the Georgetown Day festivities on Main Street. There were live music performances, over 65 vendors selling unique gifts; great food (grilled steak sandwiches, $2 burgers, cheese and bread samples, fried dough, pizza, and a chili cookoff); freebies (balloon-making clown and traveling magician) and other low-cost activities for kids (sand art, dunk a football player); and demonstrations (martial arts, firemen rescuing trapped victims). It was so pleasant because it was not crowded and no redundancy in products. There were also public service booths for blood pressure checks and opportunities to explore a firetruck, ambulance, and military helicopter that was used in the Vietnam War. We ended the afternoon with ice cream from Swirl.