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See larger Austin Adcock of Calhoun, Ga., tries out one of Ray Inman’s carved walking sticks. Ray, in the background, sold out of his peanuts salted in the shell on Friday and brought the walking sticks to show and sell on Saturday.

Photo by Sherri Gardner Howell

Austin Adcock of Calhoun, Ga., tries out one of Ray Inman’s carved walking sticks. Ray, in the background, sold out of his peanuts salted in the shell on Friday and brought the walking sticks to show and sell on Saturday.

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  • Dean and Ernest Rubley join an impromptu band on the porch of the Townsend Visitors Center for some music at the Townsend Fall Festival and Old Timers Day.
  • Katie and Teresa Webb of Townsend get ready to enjoy a bloomin’ onion feast.
  • Carol Wear shows a young would-be potter how to shape her creation. Getting her hands into the clay is Maria Wentley and brother Jake looks on.
  • Austin Adcock of Calhoun, Ga., tries out one of Ray Inman’s carved walking sticks. Ray, in the background, sold out of his peanuts salted in the shell on Friday and brought the walking sticks to show and sell on Saturday.
  • Preston Fuller of Maryville enjoys an Italian Ice at the festival.
  • Madison Jones and her mom, Heather Rusch-Jones, take a look at one of Mike Clemmer’s dulcimers.
  • Lendel Abbott, right, and his cousin Buddy Abbott hold down the fort while talking to people about his woodcarving.
  • Enjoying and adding to the music at Old Timers Day are two newcomers, Katie Norton of Maryville and Angel Edgemon of Paint Rock. They have been playing the banjo and mandolin for almost three years.
  • Tony Holt with Smoky Mountain Honey Farm kept things buzzing with his bees and honey.
  • Tracie Walker gives visitors a look at how women in Cades Cove and Townsend dressed in days gone by.
  • Pam Phillips with Toby’s Kettle Corn drips hot caramel on sliced apples for a visitor.
  • Susan Suminski catches up with her friend Carol McBride as McBride demonstrates rug hooking.
  • Ann Perrine holds one of Tammy Teall’s creations at Teall’s booth Sew Biz and Crafts.
  • Ila Mae demonstrates the fine art of quilting at the Visitors Center in Townsend.
  • Andy England shows off his charcoal pencil art.

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