Saturday, September 17, 2011

A perfect fall Saturday.....

It was a beautiful fall Satuday (I would complain about the rain but we needed it so badly).  Judy, Linda, & I took off early this morning and headed for Linda's and my favorite kind of sale -- primitives.  We are the 2 in Leola's that seem to lean more toward primitive, American antiques and this place was incredible.  It was 3 log cabins setting along the river bluffs with views that would make one  never want to leave.

They had a fire going in an area that had been fixed up for cooking.  It smelled so good.

They had pumpkins, mums, cornstalks, bittersweet and everything fall that grows all over the yard, on all the doors, and hanging everywhere.

Sorry about the quality of some of the pictures but it was dark in the cabins and didn't get my camera adjusted quite right.

I still have several pictures but will show them in a future post.  There were so many photo ops. that it was hard to stop. 

Well, it's still raining outside so maybe next week the lawn will actually need to be mowed.  It will also help my poor garden. 

Have a great Sunday!


Nancy said...

This place looks amazing. So glad you got to experience it. I can almost smell the smoke of fall in the air.

Hope to get your way someday.

Nancy of The Rug Cottage & Barntiques

barbsigns4u said...

What a great place. Much of it reminded me of what you have in your home, Jan, but in a log house.
Glad y'all are getting more rain there. We've had some, too, since I came home to San Pedro.
Miss all of you. I had the time of my life on my visit to the Ozarks. Thanks so much.
Barb Mepham-Cervantes

Tammy Burks said...

Wow! What beautiful pictures! Where is this at?

Anonymous said...

Yours is my favorite blog in all of blogdom!! You do an amazing job of making me feel like I'm right there with you!!
Keep doing what you do.


dulcy said...

Okay.... I'm up and about.... you MUST take me there! Love all the photos... Maybe we can go hedgeapple collecting!


Jenny said...

Warm and fuzzy indeed. Thanks for posting these wonderful images. Loved, loved, loved them!