our Cobble Hill Farm Apothecary booth

This weekend was all about craft shows and farmer's markets.  One of my favorite craft shows to participate in was this weekend - the "Made In The Adirondacks" craft fair at the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake, NY.

Luckily for us the weather was great for almost the entire day with rain arriving about 4:15, 45 minutes before it was time to pack it up.

The museum itself is just beautiful, and add to that a bunch of very talented artisans and you have one great event!  Once I set up I walked the grounds and immediately fell in love with some local pottery.  Two coffee mugs and a batter bowl were quickly in my "going home" bag.

my lobster flip flops

We did not get much else accomplished this weekend.  Since the museum is about 2 hours away that pretty much was all of Saturday.  The garden waits to be weeded, the lawn waits to be mowed, the dogs wait for their bath and the house waits to be cleaned.......chores that will go on the "to do" list for the week.

Jack has been doing well although he is sleeping in the bed Caity Bug slept in for her last couple of weeks with us.  He rarely ever slept in that cat bed before but it's now a favorite.

The Coop Girls are doing well but egg production slowed right down again.  It's been hot with bits of humidity so this certainly does not help.  The youngest should be laying sometime in August so I guess we'll be waiting until then for a surplus.

The garden is currently producing peppers, beans, peas, squash, tomatoes, celery, herbs, blueberries, blackberries, lettuce, and scallions.  Despite the two woodchucks who have tried to wipe it out {and have been re-located}, it is thankfully still producing some of our veggies.

Hoping you have had a lovely weekend as well!

1 comment

daisy g said...

Looks like a lovely venue. Your booth looks so professional, yet inviting.
Those lobster flip-flops are a riot!
So glad you are enjoying your veggies. I do miss seeing your garden posts, but realize there is only so much time in the day. Hoping you will soon be able to "retire" and do your soap gig full-time. Continued blessings...