Yesterday was scheduled to be the final LitFest Tour – to the Quest Region of the Seventh Valley. However, because several people missed the Tour because they were at the Auction (and it was great fun), we will be running it again.
We will be running Tours in the off-season (when the Faire is not happening!). If you would like to learn about this, and perhaps suggest a destination, please join the inworld group, the Company of Fair Folk.
The Company of Faire Folk rides out! Or walks, flies or (consults notes) swims – as is your preference. Our final Tour of this Faire takes us to the oceanic region of The Seventh Valley by Gidgette Adagio.
This is a place of questing, where mysterious clues and hidden things abound. Yet having found your way here, you may never wish to leave, as the peace and beauty are mesmerizing. Thick forests, cascading waterfalls, deep pools, hills and valleys, all beckon. The eye is drawn, always, to what looks like an egg that glows like a rainbow sun. What is this marvel?
It’s the final day of the Fire, a last chance for exploring the Fairelands, doing that last bit of shopping and completing the Quest – as well as catching the fabulous Live Auction.
And we have a open mic session in the early morning – as well as two rather special LitFest Tours to round off the Faire.
In the morning, we’ll be having a Company’s Choice Tour. That’s right – members of the Company of Faire Folk will be voting for the region they would most like to visit again – and we’ll post on Sunday morning which that is going to be.
And for our later Tour at 5pm, we’ll be visiting – as is traditional – The Quest Faireland, this year the Seventh Valley.
The Company of Faire Folk rides out! Or walks, flies or (consults notes) swims – as is your preference. Our Tour today takes us to the mysterious chess-themed region of J’adoube by Sharni Azalee.
“Life is like a game of chess. To win you have to make a move. Knowing which move to make comes with insight and knowledge, and by learning the lessons that are accumulated along the way. We become each and every piece within the game called life.”
The quote from Allan Rufus describes an insight into J’adoube. Some believe it may have been where giants played, or a lost civilization was built to worship the game. From its cascading fountains and chess box stores, to the massive sunken chessboard in its center made of puzzle pieces, your imagination builds. Now it is your move to decide what J’adoube is to you.