Sunday, July 29, 2012

BARN HOUSE...Amazing!

WOW WOW WOW! What a show! This was by far, the best Barn House ever. The crowds came and they kept coming.  
What a beautiful day. I'll let the pictures speak for themselves.  
...and more to come!

Thanks to these two guys, our beloved Joe & Jermonne, for making this all possible. What will   would we ever do without them.
They are a magic team that brings beauty, friendship, love & laughter together.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all you do.

a.k.a Calamity Janes


kathee said...

joyce~looks like a great time for everyone! Love the pics...really wish I could have made it up there...your space looks amazing!! soon..k

Bohemian said...

Fabulous... Loving your Space!!!Thanks for taking us along! I only wish the Barn House Boys were still Blogging as much as they used to... I so miss their Blog Fun! A Trip to Barn House Show is definitely on my "Bucket List"!

Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

Sister Patty said...

What a great blog and WONDERFUL photos! It was an amazing show; I could just walk around for hours and hours. Oh wait, I did!!!

Your booth was breathtaking too. Good to see you!

Little Cottage said...

Thank you so much for sharing the event. Wished I could have been there, but family vacation had priority this beautiful weekend!
Got your message last night;- to bad, to bad cause then I would have had solid "excuse"... :)) Now I am packing for Norway in a small week! CU in the fall at Monticello!
-Sylvi said...

I surely could do some serious damage at that Barn Sale. Looks like my kind of stuff :)

lvroftiques said...

Hi Joyce!
Dang I'm salivating! I wish I could've made this sale! I hope you sold tons, but maybe not that large and amazing concrete lady statue??.... *winks* Vanna

Rodger said...

You know, it is actually no surprise that this event attracted so many customers. The location is inviting, the products are exquisite, and the best part is that it provides entertainment to the audience. Also, isn’t it nice to go shopping in a place where you can actually feel the light of the sun and the gentle breeze?

Rodger Ciliberto