Tuesday, October 13, 2015

From The Garden Presents...

"Fall Into The Garden"
a market event to ring in the Fall Season.
Featuring Olde World Pumpkins,
 local vendors, food tasting, and so much more.

This store is amazing year round,
but you really have to see it to believe it...
specializing in all things "bee's" and "honey"!

During this event, they open the doors to wonderful local vendors,
which expands on the products available for purchase.
They did an awesome job this year!!








 The real bees...fascinating to watch!





 I want this stove, I mean I really want this stove,
is it not amazing?!?!




I took some great pictures outside as well,
I will share those tomorrow!!

22 comments:

  1. You find the best places.
    I have similar stove. All black cast iron with a copper water heater attached....we have it in the grandikds playhouse. It really is a cool piece.

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  2. Oh for a bottomless checkbook. I want that stove too. I want time in that store :) Great photos Debbie!

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  3. An awesome store! I could spend hours browsing! Thanks for the chance to see it!

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  4. very little purple in these...but then I get it...fall colors *wink*

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  5. Hello Debbie, that stove is neat! I see many things I would want from there. Thanks for sharing your visit. Have a happy day!

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  6. What a great place to browse and shop!

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  7. Everything is bee-autiful! :) Thanks for giving us a peek into this lovely store. Hugs!

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  8. There's some really nice stuff there. Fresh honey is pretty awesome!

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  9. The very second I saw that stove, I was like "I LOVE IT". Such memories that brings to my mind.

    I would have stayed there all day, and probably buy way too much. :)
    xoxo

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  10. What a fantastic place to visit ... I like those tea towels too - not as expensive as that amazing stove!

    All the best Jan

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  11. What a fantastic place to visit ... I like those tea towels too - not as expensive as that amazing stove!

    All the best Jan

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  12. I feel refreshed and autumntized, (if I may create a new word) by falling into your lovely shots.

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  13. A very interesting post, Debbie. I love honey, here there are many hives and many honey;)
    Besos.

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  14. That was fun and I didn't have to buy anything. I love the bees! that was cool. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. I would love this store for sure. Utah is named the Beehive state because the early Mormon population was known for their industry and perseverance. i haven't followed a bee theme in my home but have thought about doing so. I loved this shop~ Hugs!

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  16. You must have been in your element in that store Debbie.

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  17. So neat, love the displays, set up so nicely. That old stove is cool and I bet it smelled nice in there with the lavender, those bunches are so pretty. Looks like neat honey products. Our friends have many bee hives, so far all they do is sell honey but I wonder if that will grow over the years.

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  18. i love the pieces of wood used everywhere.

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  19. Wow, that is a treasure trove! We saw a similar stove in an antique store a while back--reminded me of my grandmother's. I like that lavender basket. A LOT.

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  20. I am in serious envy of where you live! You find the most amazing places. I would want that stove, too and those lavender baskets, I can just smell them from here!

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  21. All the honey bee stuff is just killing me! So so cute! Love the apron and the towels. I've become a regular consumer of local honey - took care of all my spring allergies. Don't think I started it early enough this fall - not gonna make that mistake again!

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