Sunday my girlfriend and I went to the Piqua Heritage Festival in Piqua Ohio it was a beautiful day and there was so much to see . They have a living history encampment, crafts, petting zoo, old school house, entertainment, just to name a few of the things to see.
This is the Colonel Johnson home,he was a agent for the Miami Indians that were in the area . The home is open to the public and is the backdrop for the festival. Parlor Kitchen in the basementOut door bake oven.Door to basement kitchen. The window to the left is where the Colonel had his store and office. And served the Indians through the window.Until Next Time: kim
looking into the kitchen from the living room: This is the bathroom/laundry room: This is a view from the kitchen looking into the living room/laundry room/bathroom: The bottom half of this cupboard I got at an auction for $5.00 the Top piece was in the garage when I moved here and I married the two pieces together. The Little pull out drawer thingy I got also at an auction for $12.50. Its great for hiding stuff .......lol
My passion is my home and decorating in the Primitive and Colonial style.I Love flea markets, garage sales,thrift stores, antiquing, but most of all,I love country shops. I have two grown daughters,Brooks and Brittany and the light of my life...my first grandbaby. I love spending time in my yard and flowers,and reading,sewing, embroidering. My Love , Jim farms and works at a historical Farm and we also share our country home with my 14 year old kitty Zane,three border collies..Skip,Ryder,& Nick,plus numerous Belgian draft horses .