Saturday, July 10, 2010

Sale at Pheona's Vintage Market....

It was a beautiful morning to take off across the Ozarks to hit Pheona's monthly sale in Billings.  This is always such a great sale and I just love the drive out there.  We've had a couple of really good rains lately so everything is green & lush.  That includes the weeds in my garden -- but my- oh- my how good the tomatoes look!

I've been working really hard this week to try to get some things ready for Leola's.  Seems the summer is going so fast and I'm already starting to think about fall.  I bought a wonderful old rusty wagon this morning that I'm thinking I might paint black & fill with pumpkins.  My sisters & I are taking a few days this week to go to Eureka Springs and just do nothing.  We love these little pink cottages with front porches -- so we're just going to go "sit a spell".  Then in Sept. we're planning on going to the big antiques show in Shakopee, MN.  Can't wait!!!!

Here are a few more pictures from Billings.  If you're in the area, it goes on all day.  Have a great weekend.


Ragamuffin Gal said...

I see several things there that catches my eye! I hope you hurry back from Eureka (but not too fast that you don't make some lovely memories) because I would love to drink some tea with you before I have to go back to work! Love you!

Prior said...

Looks like a fun place, a little far from Texas, though...Have fun on the pink porch, sitting a spell! Lezlee

dulcy said...

The Billings outing looks like fun! Save a nice cool fall day for me, and we'll do some hooking!

hollyhock garden antiques said...

thank you ! love that frame it was only ten wow love little frames

Anne - Fiona and Twig said...

Gosh, what wonderful stuff!

Now when you say Billings, I think Montana. But that can't be right! Can it? Geography was never my strong suit, LOL!

Have a wonderful Wednesday!

Sweet Repose said...

Boy oh boy, that oval frame has my name written all over it, and what a great price too..did you turn up the thermostat down there...whew...let's not talk weeds in the garden...OK...ha!