If you don’t know Teri and Serena, you should. They are The Farm Chicks, and what started out as a little antique show in a po-dunk Washington prairie town has turned into something oh-so-much bigger than they are. Vendors and look-seers come from all over the country. I saw at least a dozen out-of-state license plates in the parking lot just walking to the ticket booth.
I’ve had this show on my calender for months, and just a bit of a drive from my home got me there. Nevermind that I am plumb broke. It doesn’t matter. Most of what I get from the Farm Chicks is awesome ideas and the creative impetus to go home and make stuff. Think a giant flea market full of some of the most creative stuff you’ve ever imagined.
Don’t get me wrong- if I had Midas’ purse, I would have shot the moon, but as it was, I was content to wander around, footloose and kid-free. A day away, all to myself? Time in the car to think and then on the way home, to think about all the good stuff I want to go make? Oh, delightful!
Bookmark their website- it’s a good one for eye-candy. I mean, who doesn’t need more pink tractors?
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I’m excited for you! I just love their website.
Thanks for this. I’ve never heard of them. What a fun site they have, and what a fun day it sounds like you had!
Sending you an email in the next couple of days…
Sounds fun, and I’m glad you got some time to yourself kid free!
I’ve linked to their site from yours several times. Great stuff, but I had to take a break because all that talk about a fun event I couldn’t attend made me jealous.
It was an amazing show and I came all the way from Colorado!
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