It took us about 6 hours to get there from Portland. We arrived in Spokane Friday evening. I had to hit a few thrift stores on the way!
Saturday morning we arrived at the fair grounds at 9:30am. That was a little early as Farm Chicks started at 10:00am. I didn't think ahead and anticipate rain and boy was it rainy and wet.
There were some dedicated women out there, I'm sure they had to be standing out there over an hour waiting to get in. I was a wimp and waited until 10:00 before I got out of the truck. I'm glad I didn't wait any longer as the line was huge and people were still coming.
I was pretty wet and cold when I finally got through the door.
There were so many ladies, we were toe to heal the whole time we were there. Inspite of that, it was a lot of fun. My imagination just ran wild!
Lisa, from A Thing For Roses was there and it was fun to see her. Her booth looked beautiful.
I had the great pleasure of meeting Heather Bullard and her husband from The Past Present Collection. She is as sweet as can be and oh so talented. I debated whether to show you this picture as I look like a drowned rat, she looks great. I was tempted to ask her for another photo but was afraid that would have sounded a little vain. (O:
Next, I found my friends from Gossamer Designs, Vickie and Beth. Their booth looked wonderful, here are a few pictures.
Tomorrow I'll show you some fun things I purchased. I hope you enjoyed a little tour of the Farm Chicks.