Wednesday, October 1, 2014

The Inside

Here is just a bit of what is inside the Farmer's Market. As soon as you enter and pass the horse, there is this small restaurant.

There is one store that only sells specialized birdhouses.

They sell many motorcycles, choppers and scooters.

The quilt shop has lots of colors and patterns to choose from.


These wagons and their stuffed friends sit in front of the toy store. So does this doll with all these clothes hanging in a big wardrobe! what little girl wouldn't LOVE it?


There are miners hats for those who feel the need to go under the earth.

There is a colorful display of Spatterware outside the kitchen store. Also they have this timer that you can see all the workings and gears inside. It is also a clip!


There are many other shops in here, but my post would be several feet long if I showed you everything!

“God is in charge of human life, watching and examining us inside and out.

Proverbs 20

27 comments:

Linda said...

I LOVE your Farmer's Market!!! I haven't been to ours (in Dallas) in a very long time!!! You just gave me a great idea for a fall visit! The pumpkins should be there by now!

Linda said...

Awesome, Ginny! Some lovely things there!!! :)

Small Kucing said...

this market sure have many interesting items

DeniseinVA said...

Oh how I would love to browse around that store :)

Haddock said...

I would have bought a few of those bird houses. That see through timer is cute.

Margaret Adamson said...

Some lovely things on the inside of the market.

reana claire said...

I like the dolls and the lovely quilts.. very nice, Ginny.. Did you buy anything from there?

Ann said...

What an awesome place this is. I think I could probably spend all day looking through all those shops.

Tamago said...

What a fun place! Love those quilts, such cute colors and patterns. And the Spatterware display looks very cute, too! I can spend the whole day there :-)

From the Kitchen said...

Is that the Dayton's Farmers' Market? It sort of looks like it, yet I don't recognize some of the shops. I haven't been in a few year's.

Best,
Bonnie

Roan said...

I want to go visit this market! Lots of cool stuff.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Oh what fun!!! I hope you share some more with us. Now, let's eat!!

Sandra said...

so many cool things here, i love the splatterware, and the doll.. and of course the restaurant.. the miner helmet would be good for working on things in the dark, like under a car hood or somewhere you need a flash light and have no one to hold it. a place i would love to wander

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I do like that cute little birdhouse!

SweetMarie said...

the birdhouse is so cute! but, kinda pricey. :)

Shug said...

I would be as happy as a lark in that place. Especially the speckled dishware. What did you buy??

EG CameraGirl said...

Looks like there's something for everybody there!

Ruth Hiebert said...

Looks like a fascinating place to spend an afternoon.

Tanya Breese said...

i love all that splatterware and that timer is so neat!

George said...

This seems to be much more than a farmer's market (at least the kind we have around here). Having said that, I would definitely enjoy visiting your farmer's market.

Rose said...

I'd love to visit that place. The quilts caught my eye, of course! Love the one you showed by itself.

LC said...

Vicarious window shopping! Thanks for a no-stress outing.

Betsy Adams said...

Wow--I've never see such a fancy Farmer's Market... Our little farmer's market here certainly doesn't offer much other than fresh veggies, homemade desserts, plants/flowers, etc... Yours is unbelievably awesome. Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Betsy

A Quiet Corner said...

A pretty fancy Farmer's Market if you ask me!...:)JP

Ruth Kelly said...

I have never heard of spatterware before but I do need a new timer. My old one is on its last leg.

S. Etole said...

What a great place to visit and shop. The variety is outstanding.

Terra said...

These shops have something to please everybody.