Sunday, May 12, 2019

Vintage Garden Market...

Saturday my SIL and I went to the Vintage Garden Market in downtown Camas. There were lots of vendors selling crafts and plants at the one day event. The weather was glorious, and so many plants, antiques, garden items, and a 4-H booth with goats.



We got there early, there was much to see.





Our favorite shop, Camas Antiques was busy outside and in.


Their vendors have a great eye for display.





So many friendly vendors with beautiful healthy plants.  I bought two zonal geraniums, and a multi blue clematis because you know you can't have too many plants.




Just before we saw this gal my SIL mentioned that she could spot the Wives of Camas by their eyelid, lip, and boob jobs... lol.





This firepit caught my eye, made from a disk blade, a tire rim and ???  I really need to take that welding class at Columbia.



We had a nice lunch at a sidewalk cafe and then headed back. It was a good day. 


18 comments:

  1. That sounds like a fun market. :)

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  2. Oh what a great day and yes the displays were striking.

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    1. Changes, It was a fun time, for sure.

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  3. Looks like a lot of great things! Happy Mothers day!!!!

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    1. CiNdEe, Most were way beyond my budget, but still fun to see.
      Happy Mother's Day!

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  4. I grew up in Camas. Was graduated Class of '69.

    There is almost no resemblance to what it once was.
    It has become a trendy, shallow, little town full of trendy, shallow, little people.

    The comment of your SIL was spot on.

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    1. scamorama, Sadly, It has changed a great deal. I used to love going there before.

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  5. I do miss all the flower in the PNW (wet side).

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    1. WSF, It's the bright colors of the flowers that I like.

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  6. Happy Mother's Day Brig, and I'm surprised y'all got out without smoking credit cards... LOL Places like that show the truism that one (wo)man's junk is another (wo)man's treasure! :-)

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    1. OLD NFO, Thanks! I don't take a credit card to this sort of thing, only a set amount of cash, and when that is gone, I'm done.
      I saw a bunch of stuff that I'm still using for the original purpose...lol

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  7. Those vendors around there definitely have a good eye for staging their wares. Around her the flea markets are a big mess.

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    1. Annie, It is interesting to see how they market their goods. There are some super talented ladies out there. Some day, I would like to have a booth...

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    1. Woodsterman, There was, but not one booth with beautiful wood craft like you do! Which seems odd now that I think about it. Here in the PNW surrounded by woods. Maybe I missed that booth, but I don't think so... hmmm...

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