Right next to Elaine but on the turn to go along
They were friends who were sort of stalling together outside and I spoke to Jo and asked why on earth she called hers The Junk Shop because it was so far far from junk that I had ever seen in my life. She laughed and said she had always called it that and loved the name because it was not pretentious in anyway ... well that's for sure! There were some lovely pieces on both of their displays and I managed to take some photos of both of their items for you all to see. Lynne had
some beautiful French items for your home and Jo it was more the Furniture side so they blended totally together in a way. They had some things under a gazebo and other things against a old stone wall. You could hear the peacocks crying and people busy laughing and walking around this wonderful event. I could smell the aromas of both the flowers and the candles coming outside from the doors. The rain had stopped and there was a fresh cut grass smell too .... wonderful for all the senses.