Ocean City Sun Fest

Middle Mirrors – Mariah, Penny, Pam and Some Tall Dude

Last week in Buzzy’s Country Store, I told Pat Adams that I was going to Ocean City for the weekend to visit friends and attend the Sunfest.  Pat said that he had been to Ocean City’s Sunfest once and noted that “It’s ok if you like walking thru a bunch of tents with a lot of crap for sale.”  Sure enough, this past Saturday as my wife Pam and I walked thru the tents with our friends Norman and Penny and their granddaughter Mariah, I couldn’t help but smile at Pat’s assessment.  Pictured above is a collection of old, “distressed” window frames outfitted with painted mirrors, each selling for $200 plus.  I’m going to contract my daughter-in-law Molly to get started painting some mirrors.  I’ve got plenty of old window frames.  (For a vendor’s perspective of the Sunfest click here.)

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Ocean City Sun Fest

Middle Mirrors – Mariah, Penny, Pam and Some Tall Dude

Last week in Buzzy’s Country Store, I told Pat Adams that I was going to Ocean City for the weekend to visit friends and attend the Sunfest.  Pat said that he had been to Ocean City’s Sunfest once and noted that “It’s ok if you like walking thru a bunch of tents with a lot of crap for sale.”  Sure enough, this past Saturday as my wife Pam and I walked thru the tents with our friends Norman and Penny and their granddaughter Mariah, I couldn’t help but smile at Pat’s assessment.  Pictured above is a collection of old, “distressed” window frames outfitted with painted mirrors, each selling for $200 plus.  I’m going to contract my daughter-in-law Molly to get started painting some mirrors.  I’ve got plenty of old window frames.  (For a vendor’s perspective of the Sunfest click here.)

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Ocean City Sun Fest

Middle Mirrors – Mariah, Penny, Pam and Some Tall Dude

Last week in Buzzy’s Country Store, I told Pat Adams that I was going to Ocean City for the weekend to visit friends and attend the Sunfest.  Pat said that he had been to Ocean City’s Sunfest once and noted that “It’s ok if you like walking thru a bunch of tents with a lot of crap for sale.”  Sure enough, this past Saturday as my wife Pam and I walked thru the tents with our friends Norman and Penny and their granddaughter Mariah, I couldn’t help but smile at Pat’s assessment.  Pictured above is a collection of old, “distressed” window frames outfitted with painted mirrors, each selling for $200 plus.  I’m going to contract my daughter-in-law Molly to get started painting some mirrors.  I’ve got plenty of old window frames.  (For a vendor’s perspective of the Sunfest click here.)

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Ocean City Sun Fest

Middle Mirrors – Mariah, Penny, Pam and Some Tall Dude

Last week in Buzzy’s Country Store, I told Pat Adams that I was going to Ocean City for the weekend to visit friends and attend the Sunfest.  Pat said that he had been to Ocean City’s Sunfest once and noted that “It’s ok if you like walking thru a bunch of tents with a lot of crap for sale.”  Sure enough, this past Saturday as my wife Pam and I walked thru the tents with our friends Norman and Penny and their granddaughter Mariah, I couldn’t help but smile at Pat’s assessment.  Pictured above is a collection of old, “distressed” window frames outfitted with painted mirrors, each selling for $200 plus.  I’m going to contract my daughter-in-law Molly to get started painting some mirrors.  I’ve got plenty of old window frames.  (For a vendor’s perspective of the Sunfest click here.)

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Ocean City Sun Fest

Middle Mirrors – Mariah, Penny, Pam and Some Tall Dude

Last week in Buzzy’s Country Store, I told Pat Adams that I was going to Ocean City for the weekend to visit friends and attend the Sunfest.  Pat said that he had been to Ocean City’s Sunfest once and noted that “It’s ok if you like walking thru a bunch of tents with a lot of crap for sale.”  Sure enough, this past Saturday as my wife Pam and I walked thru the tents with our friends Norman and Penny and their granddaughter Mariah, I couldn’t help but smile at Pat’s assessment.  Pictured above is a collection of old, “distressed” window frames outfitted with painted mirrors, each selling for $200 plus.  I’m going to contract my daughter-in-law Molly to get started painting some mirrors.  I’ve got plenty of old window frames.  (For a vendor’s perspective of the Sunfest click here.)

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