The Wade Creek House, located on an acre in the city limits of Estacada, has a real country feel. Chickens, a country garden, old grain silo, and the quaint 1940's house and wonderful barn is just the beginning of what you will find.

Our many vendors are great at shopping, salvaging and scavenging. We have lots of treasures: vintage, primitive, rusty, old, antiques, reclaimed, repurposed, revived, military, collectibles, home, garden and much more. Our vendors make sure there is something for everyone. So bring a friend and come for a visit.. Estacada has lots to offer.

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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Looking for something to satisfy your inner Chick?

Then you need to stop by and check out all the great chicken items we have in the shop!

Buff - Chick Magnet
Daisy - Chick magnet
Red - Chick magnet

Grey/Yellow, Black/White, Brown/Orange

Chicken Bead for your charm bracelet!

4" chicken wall hook
Apron, copper pan, trivet, egg seperator, Sitting Chicken

ceramic spice holders

serving trays, kitchen towels, egg scales, galvanized hen, chick magnets!

Chicken wall hangings, weather vane

vintage & repurposed nesting boxes!

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

1st Annual Chicken Chat & Coop Tour a Success!

For those of you who missed out on the fun, Saturday, April 2nd was a day to be remembered.

Chicken enthusiasts and freinds of the feather came to hear two local & national poultry experts, Nona & Mary Shearer, share their "eggs"pertise on raising chickens. These two "chicks" really know their stuff! They filled our ears and minds with great information and funny stories & humorous visuals... 55 people attended the "Chicken Chat".

After at, 33 brave souls endured sun, rain, hail, wind and sleet to tour 8 local Estacada chicken coops and 3 surrounding feed stores. Drawings were held at each location with great prizes to be won.

Local feed stores donated feed and gift certificates; Hobby Farms donated chicken magazines & chicken books, Coastal Farm (Gresham) donated Flock Blocks, & Mary Lake-Thompson Ltd donated chicken floursack towels!

Chickens of all types are living in coops of all shapes & sizes. One of the most fun I've seen is this "Chick Condo", which resembles the owners home... so it should come as no surprise that the 4 future residents are 8 week old Cochin hens in various colors. Pretty hens for a pretty coop!  : )

We'll get pictures of all our participating coops up on the blog for your viewing pleasure!

Hangin' with my Peeps!

... to Nona & Mary Shearer for sharing their time & knowlede with all of us!
... to the private coop owners for opening up their coops for all to see.
... to Barton Feed, Eagle Creek Feed, and Gerber Farm Supply for their support and prize donations.
Also, a big thank you goes out to The Artsmith - they donated the printing for our Tour Maps!!