We spent last weekend in Salem, Indiana, visiting Glenn's family. We were lucky to get there just in time for the peak of their fall leaves...aren't they beautiful?
While in Indiana, there are two things that I always must do...go to Hobby Lobby (Hobby Lobby, come to Virginia, pluueessee!!!) & go down to the town square in Salem.
Craft Town, the store that got me neck deep in baby quilt last winter/spring. I just walked into the front of the store this time, took the picture & left. If I looked any further, I would have come out of there with yet another project. If you are a quilter or fabric crafter and live in Southern Indiana/Louisville area, you should really check this place out. The website offers a load of fabrics as well.
Next stop, Brick Street Sampler (no website, sadly), where they were getting ready for their upcoming Christmas shopping open house! I took the last photo in, believe it or not, the bathroom of the adjoining restaurant, Christie's. I don't normally take photos in public restrooms, but is that the nicest public restroom decor that you've ever seen or what?
Around the square & just off the square are two antique stores. I've found a few things over the years in the larger one & just discovered the one in the little house during this visit. I wanted to share the upstairs "bedroom" of the shop in the old house...it's that a cozy room?
I'll leave you with a photo of the lane that my husband grew up on...the road is named after his family, because it's where they always lived!