Don't forget to look up. It seems that we looked at nearly everything there before it was time to go. Right in front of our parking place was a darling little children's clothing shop. It captured my attention when we first arrived. The name on the store made me smile. My children have always called my dear mother 'Nana'. And so do my grandchildren.Inside were the most delightful children's clothes and accessories. Fancy, fairy tale dresses. Handsome things for little gentlemen. Sweet play clothes. And in the back, a few collectibles for sale. A wonderful shop.
Down the road a ways we discovered a little antique mall. Full of treasures. This little purse gave me an idea. I have an old purse, a pretty hanky and some of my grandmother's pins. Hmm. . .It wasn't long before we headed toward home with a stop for lunch. Great food. And a fantastic view! I'll share that soon.
Gosh, Camas looks like a little town that I would love to live in. One that everyone knows each other, the local coffee shop has all the latest news on everyone and a place where everyone cares for each other. A place in my dreams!ReplyDelete
Love the shop, sheesh wish I could go there, I spotted a few things I want in your pictures! Sounds like a lovely place to be, glad you enjoyed it, and thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
What a fun shopping trip. So filled with eye candy.....how could you bring yourself to leave? I may have asked to spend the night. LOL :-) RosieReplyDelete
Adrienne, this is a beautiful town and what a delightful shop! I love it.ReplyDelete
No, one can never have too many dishes!
oh dear me! what a wonderful shop to visit...like a candy store for ladies. :o)ReplyDelete
bless you this day, adrienne.
Hi Adrienne, in answer to your question, no, it is not possible to have too many dishes! I love all the blue and yellow dishes and what a fun place to explore. Your lunch out looked beautiful. I am so glad I am catching up with you. I have been working a lot of hours and just got behind. I hope you have a blessed Easter:>)ReplyDelete
That looks like my kind of town!! The antique is wonderful! Did you buy any of that gorgeous china?? I bet Nana's shop was adorable too.ReplyDelete
Oh that town looks straight out of a movie! What a lovely place to spend a day :)ReplyDelete