I went to the Feed Store Friday after work, and got two bales of straw. Then I grabbed a couple of my vintage quilts, my faux potted plants, my American flags, one of my big potted geraniums, and grabbed my chalkboard painted easel sign.
Ready to go.
Saturday arrived and my Rock n' Roll Buddy and I headed down to downtown Camas with our two vehicles; me with my pickup and Ralph with a 1947 Cadillac convertible he recently scored. We parked in the waiting lot until it was time to head down to 4th Avenue to park our rigs. Once we were allowed to go find parking spots, we secured our spots right in front of Camas Antiques, and the Liberty Theater.
(Of course! The perfect parking spots.)
I set bout staging my sweet truck and then settled in to enjoy the day.I was pretty happy with the way my vintage farm truck vignette came out.
Before too long, we spied a bride and groom coming up the street on foot, with their photographer. It turned out that they were going to be married in a couple hours and decided to take a walk, unaware that there was a classic car show happening.
The photographer asked if they might take a few photos with our vehicles, and we were delighted to oblige.
(And I took a few shots myself!)
(How sweet are they?!)
They really got into the photo shoot and everyone around was having a ball.