The doors opened Friday evening at 6pm with a line waiting to get in. Many antiques and primitives everywhere. Lots of pretty Christmas greens and arrangements for decorating. Candlelight tours of their private home, with ham cooking on the open hearth. Also to enjoy were cheese and crackers, local apple cider, cookies and much more. It was delightful!
Saturday proved to be a most pleasant day also with a nice steady flow of the best customers. More chatting happened on this day with lots of friends coming back from the night before. The only thing missing was a few snow flurries or even flakes here or there. That darn sun was shining, can you imagine?
Thank you to all who came. We love and cherish our time and friendships with you.
Below are a few pictures for those who could not make it. I hope you enjoy.
|Co-op Shop with Sister's Three and Me and Red Rabbit Antiques.|
|They have the prettiest view from their porch.|
|I always say it's like a little piece of heaven.|
|David does all the Blacksmithing. Think we sold out of these!|
|Audrey and me (see that sun?!!!)|
|Inside the 1824 House. This is where Audrey and I were set-up.|
|Everything was so pretty. I can't even capture it in these pictures.|
|Audrey and her brother Pat, dressed up as "Oliver", one of the son's of the original owner. Doesn't he look great?|
|Christmas tree in the parlor.|
|A snow lady to greet you!|
|Stockings hanging in a bedroom|
|Antiques and prims in the kitchen.|
|and more in the buttery.|
|Snowman snowglobe make-do, made from an old pantry jar.|
|I will have a few of these on my website soon.|
|Denise, Melinda, Darlene, and Kate had their lovely wares in the co op shop.|
|Henry James was not the least bit concerned about the line.|
|Good friends and good times....who could ask for more?|
|Wishing you all a very merry Christmas season!|