There was an adorable "chef's garden" at the entrance. A shopping-cart-turned-planter was filled with huge ferns.
There was eye candy everywhere in this place. A colorful chandelier made with beads.
Another colorful chandy, this one with flying pigs! (a former Piggly Wiggly, right?)
This dapper pig claimed he had 'kinfolk' up north, near "Philly". Hmmmm, I do see a resemblance to a certain Pennsy pig named Earl.
We had a private dining area just for us. Lots of dishes and serving pieces
Colorful Fiesta Ware
My idea of a southern breakfast. My table mates were surprised to hear me order grits. These were so delicious. Of course, my accent was like a light above my head. Everyone knew I was not a local :)
After breakfast, our first stop was at Twelve Forks Junction, a new store that opened just for us bloggers on Sunday.
They also gave out bags of pecans and had bottles of water for us.
The pecans were from trees on the property
A close up
We spent some time at Vintage Village, and we enjoyed a brown bag lunch at SuZanna's in the village
Love this fence (and the sign)
Loved these metal goat sculptures of Maaa and baaaby
This vintage trailer was a huge hit, it was adorable. I would love one in my yard
I needed to rest up a bit for my flight home, so I left the thrifting tour earlier than I would have liked. But I am so glad I got to do most of it.
Thanks to Brittany for leading us on the tour, and my very sincere thanks to Suzy for driving me around and to Lani for getting me back to the hotel.
For Part I of the SoBC weekend, click here.
Linking to Seasonal Sundays, Sunny Simple Sundays and Potpourri Friday.
Y'all have a good week!