I tried to take a variety of pics so get ready! I made sure I had plenty of batteries for my camera- but NOT plenty of room on it or I would have taken even more more pics! The green chairs below reminded me of my mom. I saw so many cute tins there- some priced better than others! I almost bought these red and green ones! I went to the Sunday show but it was still more crowded than than I'm used to. I won tickets to the show off of facebook so I didn't have to wait in line! Yippee!
Even though I wore comfortable shoes, I still got a severe cramp in my foot after walking around for about 45 minutes! I had to hobble outside and rest with my foot propped up. Ha!
These millinery flowers reminded me of Amy.
This table and chairs reminded me of my mom, too. I loved that fan and wanted it! But what do you do? There were 250 vendors and I saw things I wanted right away!
There were so many lovely booths but it was almost impossible to get pics without people in them- blocking the way. I had to edit a lot of people out of these pics!
These little ruffled bloomers were the first thing I took a pic of!
I thought the rick rack on this shelf was so cute! there was plenty of pink, red and blue at the show! I tried to take pics of all color schemes except rust. I don't do rust. It does NOTHING for me!
Purty- purty! It took me a long time to get a pic of this dress form without someone passing in front of it! Oops, there's that booth again. I go so confused making these collages!
Lots of baby and kid stuff but I didn't buy any-can you believe it?! The lady who owned the dolly high chair told me, "You know you waaaant it!" ☺ That was the only sales pitch of the day!
Loved this Dairy queen sign but again, it took me forever to get a pic of it.
See part of me in the mirror?
DECALS! I loved the beading on the high chair but it was too rusty for me.
There were 4 tables piled high with linens like this! I ended up buying a quilt and a chenille spread- both would be considered "cutters". The 20 something long haired guy who sold them to me called me "dude" and it made my day! ☺
I'm so sad to say that I didn't meet any bloggers there but I chatted with a few strangers and made a female acquaintance in the man cave. She was also there with just her husband. A bunch of us "over 50" ladies were resting in the man cave where there was only one man! Ha-ha!
After the show, Bobby and I got lost in downtown Spokane while trying to find the Olive Garden! We finally found it and we had a wonderful meal! Carol, I really was going to take a pic of my dinner but my camera was full! Ha-ha! Just imagine: Shrimp, ravioli, salad, bread sticks and chocolate mousse! yum1 Huge portions, too.
Well, I had a wonderful day away at the Farm Chicks show! Way to go, Serena! I think it's a great show and I just might go again next year- IF someone can talk me into it.
I'll show my finds in another post!