|Presenting at the Green Stage|
|Table dress rehearsal at home|
|Pretty Claudia and me!|
My presentation went great and I ended up feeling very at-ease thanks to a smiling and attentive audience. Thank you!
What followed next was a beautiful afternoon and second day of walking and shopping and eating and meeting! Before I launch into a series of photos from around the fair I want to share what Cindy and I did that evening:
We headed to Rhinebeck's town center at quaint Montgomery Street where bright blue hydrangeas and outdoor seating with checked tablecloths instantly drew us to the Liberty of Rhinebeck restaurant. The food was very good but the surroundings and presentation are what impressed us most, especially the use of sugar cannisters as drinking glasses! Brilliant!
|A highlight of the trip|
|Dresses are fun but ahhh ... comfy on Sunday in a T-shirt and jeans|
I have noted vendors whenever possible but didn't catch 'em all; if you recognize a seller, please cite in a comment. I hope you will find the images as inspiring as I do.
|A vintage seed box adds a pop of rich color to a rustic table setting on display at South Porch Antiques|
|Bandanas abounded adding western charm|
|One of many stylish signs|
|Reflections of colorful bunting against the bright blue sky via Red Door Antiques|
|Items in perfect "dirty pink" at the shabbilicious booth of longtime blogging pal Jen of Cottage Flair / The Nosey Goose|
|Making a case for how to best display pretty dishes|
|Cindy looking adorbs|
|A sparkling and unique light fixture|
The summer tour is underway! Hope you can attend a date or two!