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Friday, October 10, 2014

Farmhouse Cafe'

Here are a few more pictures of the garden center we went to.  This was inside a very very old log cabin.
 
There weren't any windows in the cabin and they just had a hodge podge of garden-y stuff everywhere.
 Out one door of the cabin is this open roofed type structure that they had a lot of plants in.
 Here you can see one of the glassless windows in the log cabin.  There is a huge trumpet vine plant and the vine is going wild.  It's even on the inside of the building.
 I'm on Pinterest as Cindy Rush (I think) and this was something I pinned awhile back.  I still want to make one of these out of old windows.  I have no idea what I'll do with it.  Maybe a fairy garden.
This is the entrance to one of thteir greenhouses.  Everywhere you look, everything is surrounded by plants and garden stuff.

 This is the entrance to their cafe'.  We didn't eat here as it was still morning and we had just eaten breakfast.  But it looked like a fun place to have tea!
Well, it's taken a long time to download these pics.  When I get home I'll show more of our trip.  If you go to the Nashville, Indiana area, visit the Farmhouse Cafe'.  You won't regret it.
While waiting for these pictures to download, I finished a poncho I've been working on for a few weeks.  Can't wait to show you.  I've got a knitted poncho from years ago that I've hardly worn.  I'm getting it out this year and wearing it!
Cindy Bee

15 comments:

  1. I love exploring places like this. They are always full of surprises and you never see everything at first glance. Good luck with the mini greenhouse. I'm going to reuse some of our windows to make cold frames. Pxx

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    1. Great idea about making cold frames. The windows I have I'm pretty sure have lead based paint so I don't think they would make good cold frames. My mind Is reeling w ideas after the last few days!

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  2. Cindy, I posted today, that I miss going to Brown County.. I love the town of Nashville. My girls always like going there. You look great in the photo. xoxo,Susie

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    1. Thanks Susie. Maybe you and the girls could plan a trip there for next year.

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  3. I love places like this to get ideas!...:)JP

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    1. I do too JP. As I told "Wendy" my mind is reeling after this last week, between Hobnob and Nashville.

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  4. OMG!! That looks like MY kind of place!!! Bet you had a fun time there and wanted one of everything, huh?

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  5. Cindy, this place is beautiful! I love how lush and green it is and the garden items are fabulous. I've been going through your last few posts and all I can say is, "I wish I were there", LOL. It looks like you are having a wonderful time.
    Cheers,
    Connie :)

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    1. Hi Connie. As creative as you are, you would love the Hobnob market and Nashville, IN.

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  6. I went to Nashville, IN with all the ladies in my dad's family a few years ago. We had such a wonderful day out. A lot of shops to browse there. Looking forward to seeing the rest of your pics. How do I not follow you on Pinterest? I will check it out.

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  7. Ha! I do follow you on Pinterest. I am a dope.

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    1. I always think a girl trip would be fun but My Shug and I go every year in the fall and it seems like when we get home we are always under a time deadline to get everything done before snow sets in. Then the Holidays are here....then winter...
      You're not a dope. Who can remember all the followers and followees on all of the social media.

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  8. What an inspiring place to visit! I would have loved to bring home lots of those bird houses and other garden treats!
    Happy week ahead.
    Helen xox

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  9. There were a few birdhouses I wanted to bring home! If we weren't building a house my Shug would be making them. He used to make some really cute birdhouses.

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Cindy Bee