So much to see in a day!
One of the first things you see as you enter is this large pile of pumpkins and gourds. This is a terrific meeting place and place to take pictures – lots of adorable little ones!
The next thing you’ll see is a covered pavilion filled with all the goodness from Country Living Magazine – you can meet the Editor Sarah Gray Miller – this is her last year! As well as meet book authors. Their displays are like the pages of Country Living come to life.
There are winding paths of booth after booth of vendors. This man was demonstrating how he created these exquisite glass blown pumpkins. After the demonstration he shocked the crowd by crashing it into the galvanized bucket below. He said the equipment used to cool it down was too large and heavy to bring and left in the elements the glass would shatter!
Signs everywhere – cute and creative!
Dearest and my friends had a booth Quite a Pair. They create gorgeous picture frames – It was such a delight to see her!
I liked this booth with the rustic and the floral – so much to see…you know I already had my sites set on other things, but maybe next year!
Now that we have the Cast Iron bed in one bedroom, I am on the lookout for another – there were a few possible candidates, but not this time! Look! an Olive Bucket made into a light shade! Too cool!
This vendor has been here each year, she has such a flair with her upholstery – and she looks just as bright and colorful as well!
I had such a happy time, but the best time was Friday with my daughter – it is so much more fun to share such an event with someone special
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