Escaped for a long weekend to Spokane with my husband, girlfriend --Stacey & her husband. We laughed a lot & did a lot. Saturday, the boys headed out golfing, so they dropped us off early to stand in line for the Farm Chick Show.
The line to get in stretched from the gate out to the street. I'm sure there were 1000 women & 4 men in line. What a show! Overwhelming to say the least.
We were there five hours....barely saw every booth. At one point, I suggested we narrow it down -- we can't go in every booth, but with antiques, you can't tell by a glance if that one of a kind treasure is just waiting for you on the bottom shelf by the silver spoons.
Fun display, I could see us swimming in them this summer.Imagine this in my room, but I bet it was sold, Today's Country Store had a lot of sold signs on their stuff. Should have gotten there earlier.These petticoats were very popular. The gal on the left was putting one on in the middle of the aisle. There were hand-dyed ones, vintage ones & some for little girls.Amazing booths - 3 chandeliers ready for you.
What a day....wish you were here.I've always loved antiques & garage sales. (Found a treasure for Des to go with her Homer Laughlin dishes.) Saw lots of things that in other years I would have bought in a minute, just because.