Last week our family tagged along for a day-trip with my parents (They take the scenic route everywhere so they find the sweetest sales. Of course, it takes twice as long to get there but it's usually worth it). They led us to the Northwinds Perennial Farm's annual open air antique market.
There are barns and out buildings filled with all kinds of gorgeousness. LOVE those twisted, chippy columns!
(That kinda sounds like something my 13 year old would use to describe ME)
One potting shed had a beautiful Last Supper piece on the wall.
And on the floor in the same shed were these stone architecture pieces, just laying there waiting for someone to ooo and ahh over them.
The silo was my favorite! A lovely, echo-y gathering place.
In every direction there were so many picture-perfect spots.
So our daughter took advantage of one of them, snapping a quick pic of mommy and daddy.
I've posted a few more photos of Northwinds over at French Cupboard if you'd like to take a peek
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