Thursday, April 30, 2015

Good Fences ~ Edition 58 ~

Last weekend was amazing, filled with so many wonderful adventures.
We went to an art show, and because I talk to everyone, 
I hear about the coolest places. 
One of those conversations led me here...

From The Garden Inc. Local Honey


















Every single corner of this store was amazing.

Outside was no different!






No question, I will be returning...

 their homemade soap is amazing!!

Sharing today's images and the pretty "bee" gate with my good friend
for Good Fences
Stop by and consider joining in the fun, any fence or gate will do!

28 comments:

  1. Good morning, Debbie.. you find the best places.. I would like to check this place out myself.. so many wonderful items.. I am sure the soap is awesome.. Wonderful photos, have a happy day!

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  2. Love the big bee decorating the fence! What a fun place to find!

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  3. Hi Debbie, wow, loved this post with all the neat and interesting pictures! So many things to look at! I do love honey! Those honey sticks look great!

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  4. This was so much fun, I'll have to go back and see all your lovely photos again. This is ALMOST as good as being there. Debbie, you discover the best places!

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  5. yup, what a great place! great displays all around. wonderful 'props' to show their wares. i bet you loved the purple runners (and hive box) on that old truck! so glad you stood next to that bear to show the size. loved it! great post, debbie!

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  6. Lovely shots. I love those pink blossoms.

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  7. Cute picture with the bear...looks like fun.

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  8. OH MY WORD!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this place! First of all, I've begun using honey - very local honey - and it is keeping me almost allergy free this spring! Such an amazing thing - no pills, no kleenex....no itchy eyes. Just me and the "bees" loving life! Secondly - do they have an email or website? I would really like to get some of the stuff I see. Especially those welcome to our hive towels. My daughter's name, Melissa, means honey bee - so it's kind of a thing we have. She's not a crazy collector or anything, but this would be just the kind of little touch she'd love - and she'd love the colors! Let me know....if not I might call upon you to pick me up a pair the next time you wander that way!

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  9. Hi Debbie - as usual, I'm behind with my blogging. You just find the coolest places EVER!!! Nice series of photos of what you visited and saw. LOVE that first one with the Flowering tree, White picket fence and Bee: Fabulous!!

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  10. Now, that's my kind of shop! I love the country antiques, and of course you two are so cute in your selfies!

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  11. oh it must be so much fun to arrange their displays.
    the big stump with holes for candles is perfect!
    excellent source of fencey fun today!

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  12. well i meant canning jars, not candles.
    but drilling the big log is a genius display idea!

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  13. WOW! What a fantastic place to spend a lot of money.

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  14. My you do find the most interesting and fun places to visit. Loving the big bee on the fence in the first shot. Looks like a wonderful place to visit. I found it clever that they put candles (which melt) inside the old oven. You both look great next to that big bear. Loved your post.

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  15. Wow what a great post today. I enjoy looking at each picture. I would be buying alot of unique items here. I wonder what you do with the honey stick maybe put in your cup of hot tea.

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    1. Thanks Karen, one of my favorites also!! It's way too many pictures, but seriously, what could I have left out!! An amazing place, so much attention to detail and presentation!!

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  16. Every single thing about this place is perfect. Even the logo on their truck. Love shopping at unique spots like this one.

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  17. Definitely my kind of place. Wish I could have been with you, but enjoyed the tour through your lens.

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  18. I would be visiting there all of the time!! My goodness what a cool place.

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  19. What a wonderful place, Debbie! I would have enjoyed a visit there very much (even though I don't like honey).

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  20. Oh my, what a lovely place you show us.
    And the bear that like honey so much.
    Thank you!

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  21. Most beautiful series, Debbie. I love flowers and natural soaps. Nice picture with the bear ;))
    Besos.

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  22. A truly delightful place to visit Debbie!! I was eyeing off that table of pickles too - oh I can imagine all the different chutneys, and relishes! The soap would be splendid and so good for the skin.
    Working my way backwards to catch up (ha ha typically dragging my heels again), but this post especially caught my eye. Cheers to you :D)

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  23. How long did it take you to browse through this lovely place? I am pretty sure I would have taken a bit of time to see everything. Just delightful! Hugs!~

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  24. what a cool place, wish it were closer to me.

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  25. What an amazingly cool place! I love it! Sure wish I could go some time, but that's never going to happen. Loved your photo tour, though, which I can have at least! Thanks! :-) Amazing bear! Loved the whole place, starting with that front fence!

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