Well it's been a few days since I've written. A wonderful few days to relax and get together with friends but in the back of my mind you all were still there. Thank you for all the kind comments the last week. I've loved hearing from old friends and from new ones too.
I'll get to visiting you soon I hope. On the 100th post I'll be announcing the winner of the Give Away and so if you still want to enter just scroll down below and comment on the 100th post give away. This should be post 98th...I think?
When we arrived Laura welcomed us with big hugs and helped us get settled in. She was humble about her getaway home in the Adirondacks which is all about comfort, spending time with family and friends and of course her amazing collections. She of course did not disappoint with her attention to detail and presentation. We all squealed with joy as we walked from room to room and were thrilled at the bedrooms we were assigned to sleep in. I took a few photos but decided this home was Laura's work of art and should be left up to her to share.
Let me just say that it was every bit Laura but even more beautiful in person then on her blog.
and we did!!!!
The next morning we got up at the crack of dawn and drove the 1 1/2 to the antique show.
Along the way going by an array of large farms with fields of hay that had just been baled. Though I never got any pictures of it. If I had stopped I would have never wanted to leave I was so taken by the simplicity and beauty of it all.
We were finally here ~1000 dealers to visit.
...to vintage utilitarian treasures that need a little more imagination and TLC
to make them come to life.