Sunday, August 29, 2010

What a lovely day for a Street Faire!

Sally and I were finally able to go to a street faire as customers! The sun was shining warmly and the atmosphere was delightful.















Laurie and Debbie (how stinking cute are they?) of Worthy Goods put on this wonderful street faire in Camas.

Truth be told, I've never spent a lot of time in Camas, but I was taken with the tree lined streets, black awnings on the shops and the hanging flower baskets. Ok Battle Ground, we need to get some good ol' fashioned character too!
























I finally got to meet Isabelle of Maison Douce, what a sweetheart! I so enjoyed talking with her and seeing her beautiful vintage wares in person.



































Joe of Barn House was there..and before I saw him I knew it was BH style that I was looking at...he does an amazing job.

























Sweet Natalie of Sparrow was there too. I love all her letter charms and white stoneware. I got a picture of her plates, but not her...I don't know why people don't think it's funny when I tell them I'm just the paparazzi...















I also met lovely Erin of Rickety Picket. She's from Olympia, but she knows Uncovered Ruby (COOL!)




















I admit I have more fun chatting with people than I do shopping. Another truth about me, I'm not a big shopper (weird huh?), but I enjoy junking!

Friends I love....
Sally and Sue (Birdsong)










Sue and Annette (Andy's Attic), silly girls! What a cute picture of them having fun. Sue had a wonderful booth at the Street Faire.

As Sally and I were getting ready to leave, Laurie and Isabelle told us to go check out Navidi's Oil and Vinegar shop. They've got just about any flavor of balsamic vinegar you can imagine, with all sorts of oils, gourmet salts, loose leaf teas..it was so cool! I've never had a fruity balsamic vinegar, but when I tasted this...Cinnamon Pear Balsamic Vinegar, my taste buds sang! It's YUMMY!!!!



















Me and my family have already put quite the dent in this bottle in one night just dipping bread into it. (And yes, those peaches are waiting for me to can them.)
It was such a nice day..spending it with my friend Sally and not having to do anything but enjoy the day!
Lisa ;-)

6 comments:

A Vintage Gathering said...

Hi Lisa, Are we even now for the bad picture award?? :>) Glad you got photos 'cause I did not bring the camera.
Annette

Florence said...

I am glad you had such a wonderful day, spending time with your friend. That is so important. Hugs to you both. Florence

Kindred Spirit Soap Co. said...

Oh, sorry I missed you....You should have come and said HI
Hope you have a wonderful week
hugs
Julie

Maison Douce said...

Thank you, Lisa, I too really enjoyed meeting you!!!! That is also one of my favorite parts of these shows, to meet new friends and visit with old ones!!! Hope to see you again soon.... And wasn't that oil and vinegar store amazing...?!!
Isabel

Laurie said...

I'm glad you and Sally enjoyed a nice day of shopping! It was such a perfect day. I'm so glad you got some great balsamic. I'm using the Tuscan Herb EVOO in my veggies right now!

Karen said...

Loved the post! Looks like you had a lot of fun. I know I keep saying this, but we ARE coming up, even BEFORE the 18th! I'm needing to get away! I'll let you know when we come up, so we know we'll get to see you!

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