Of course you meet some interesting people and one of these I took with me, my sweet husband. The lady is from our church, "Miss Mary" and she is waiting on her driver to take her home, you know "Driving Miss Mary."
Standard festival fare - including the alligator ka-bobs. You notice there are all food groups with the exception of beef. There was chicken, corn dogs (vegetables, meat and bread), and seafood. Hamburgers had been segregated to another booth.
The following pictures display their artistic abilities and the birdhouse at the bottom of this posting is one of theirs.
The birdhouse to the left is Noah's Ark
This gentleman owns and runs a sawmill and does does woodworking as a hobby. The birdhouse in the top picture were made by him.
This is Mr. Jim Redmond from Panama City, Fl. He and his group had made hundreds of wind chimes from silverware, kettles, kitchen gadgets, shells, bottle, and you name it. Their display was most musical.
Tea kettle, silverware and kitchen gadgets.
Golden tea server and golden silverware and beads.
This is one of my favorites, a fish bottle, beads and shells.
This is a potter and painter, Ms. Joyce London from Cornelia, GA. She does some pottery on a wheel but also does sculpting in clay as you can see by her birds. She also paints, but did not bring any to this show. A most talented lady.
Her oval bowls are made with 2 processes to achieve the oval shape.
Of course, Roy loves old wood also and enjoyed talking with him.
On the right is a sample of the different types of wood he has available.
His business is Savannah Heart Pine and Antique Flooring and he can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a beautiful bed he made from reclaimed wood. It is stunning.
These were the most unusual and whimsical bird houses I have seen. They are from the shop of Michael Wills Woodworking in Valdosta, GA. He also makes furniture but these caught my eyes. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
There are no two alike and he uses found wood. This is wood that is left in the woods are falls off trees. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Hardin said he began this hobby at the suggestion of his wife. This keeps him from having to wash dishes. Men's shops are great escapes.
Georgia Peaches and Birdhouse