The ladies of Round Top, not our official name, but there was a lot of yayaing going on.
With each post I will tempt you to come back with a different field picture. If you have ever been to the Round Top flea market you know it is one field after another of booths, tents and buildings. Just miles and miles of vendors, from every state in the country.
Here is the lovely group of lades that I spent the four days with.
In front of our Bed and Breakfast, Mr. Harley peeking his head through in the background. Mr. Harley and Ms April (top left) are the "seems like family" proprietors of the B&B.
Our B&B used to be a train station depot. See all the doors down the front. April and Harley had it moved to this property.
Back yard shot.
Back yard shot.
Waiting for Marburger Farms to open. A bit windy, excuse the hair do's.
More to come on our Happy Hours, each evening, after a day of shopping we would meet up to share the days stories over a glass of wine and a few munchies. This stop was at Clutter. That's me third on the left!
Don't know who this little lady is, but she was resting with her boots off and a tired big pup. She said "the umbrella was so she wouldn't get sunburned." Yaya in training!
Here is your tickler picture to come back to my next post.
My friend Jane and I purchased silver trays and we are going to paint with chalkboard paint. These were selling anywhere from $36 to $42.00. We bought ours to paint for $2.00 - $3.00 and we both have some badly scratched ones at home that can't be cleaned sparkly anymore. What a fun way to post menu's or sayings around the house. Has anybody out there done this? Do you have pointers?
Next up Round Top Part Two - The Food and some Fun.