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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Monday, January 16, 2012

WHAT KIND OF FUR IS IT?

Jim came in yesterday with this cool trunk.  He dates it late 1700's to early 1800's and it is bound with some kind of hide.  What do you think the hide is? 


We have some fun new arrivals that I thought I would share with you.  I love these glasses, or are they parfait glasses?  or are they...


Sonya is so talented.  She makes lamps and hanging lights out of the most fun stuff.



Carrie, one of our newest members, already has quite a following.  Come in and check out her merchandise...  but if you like it, buy it, as it probably won't be there the next time you visit.



And check this out... is it a bike or a scooter.  Don and Amber have the coolest of  old toys, games, and vintage signage. 




My camera battery ran out before I had a chance to get a picture of Carol's beautiful, unusual vanity.  It is wonderful..  Until then


~ To succeed in life, you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone and a funnybone.




1 comment:

  1. Good job Becky! I especially love the quote at the end...I'll be stealing that one!

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