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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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

JUST A GLIMPSE..

It has been awhile since I did a "walk about" and snapped pictures of some of my favorite things. Of those favorite things, these are just a few of them.


This bench is a bit over 12 feet long, over 100 years old, out of the Springwater Church. Only one is for sale - it is rare, lovely, and an amazing find.


This is a very old poultry poster. I have never seen one in such great shape. Quite large & would be wonderful in many places.



This old radio/record player works great and sounds even better. A fun find..




Such a sweet cabinet....with such possibilities



HELLO... HELLO.... Can you hear me know. We have come a long way baby! I think I may be mixing my commercials..



Imagine your dog in this custom made log home......



Great yard art..... on your shed, barn, etc...



These are very popular!



I want to say this is a seal skin trunk. Very unusual... love it.

As I walked through the shop, without my camera, there is so much new, cool stuff. I guess you will just have to make a tour of your own.

Slow down and enjoy life. It's not only the scenery you miss by going to fast - you also miss the sense of where you are going and why....Eddie Cantor

AND REMEMBER, this weekend is our Flea Market. A half acre of vendors, food, and music. Free admission.. Open 9a - 6p

See you then!

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