We decided to take some time off working around Cedar Pond and visit a near-by small town I love~ Eatonville, WA *. We packed up these teacups and took them with us...here my oldest granddaughter poses by the bakery sign. We bought our sandwiches from the bakery and ate them on the deck of the cafe as we watched traffic roll through this tiny and picturesque town.
In Eatonville you can see Mt. Rainier from practically everywhere.This photo was taken from the car at a stop sign.The building you see is the school. What a view from school!
The columns are at Founding Family Antiques,and yes, the owner is a family member from the founding family of Eatonville.The columns are at his place and come from an old school in the town.Wouldn't you love columns like these supporting your vines?
This is a set of covered stairs that allow one to step over a fence (that probably enclosed livestock) without having to open a gate or climb the fence.I know there is a name for this but it is not coming to me here.You can see my granddaughter is wearing the dress gloves the owner of the antique store gave her.
The best part of this Tea-Time Tuesday was being with my oldest granddaughter who enjoyed browsing antique stores with me, and I think she could have done this all day.I predict many more precious tea times and browsing antique stores are in our future, what fun, what a blessing she is!
I am linking with the ladies below for Tea-Time Tuesday.Enjoy!