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, September 17, 2012

New and Improved

Things have been very busy at The Wade Creek House... the remodel/rearrange/redo (or whatever you call it) is finally finished.  No longer will you find boxes everywhere... instead newly created spaces.  I should have pictures to insert here but you will have to come see for yourself..   We have 2 new members with some really great stuff  - come and meet Sandy and Linda K.

We celebrated our 5th Anniversary this past weekend and enjoyed all the customers who came in to enjoy the savings.  And after that .... more to redo as we had great sales.  Loved it.

Whats next.. well an update on the girls (the chickens that  have been sitting on a nest of eggs forever.)   Red Rosie started sitting on the nest and then Blonde Betty joined her just before I thought they should hatch.  But hatch they never did.  So yesterday, I cleaned out the nest of rotten eggs and tried to explain to them that it didn't work.  I walked by the pen later and looked in and this is what I saw.

 
 
I am not sure if Blonde Betty is trying to console Red Rosie or trying to hatch her.  Very sweet.  When I checked on them today, they were back out with the rest of the chickens. 
 
I also wanted to let you know that this weekend - Saturday September 22, Carrie is having her Monogram, Distressed Chair painting workshop.  She will teach you how to paint and distress a chair, reupholster the seat and add a monogrammed initial to the back.  Carrie provides everything, including the vintage chair which you will take home at the end of the class.  Very few spaces left so call the shop to reserve your space.  503-630-7556




I will  get some new pictures to entice you even more but stop in and check things out. 
We would love to see you..

Bill & Becky, Carol, Carrie, Debbie, Deb, Don & Amber, Jim & Tracy, Linda B, 
Linda K,  Meridith & Merrit, Pat, Sandy, Sonya, & Wendy

First comes thought; then organization of that thought, into ideas and plans; then transformation of those plans into reality. The beginning, as you will observe, is in your imagination...Napoleon Hill

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