One of the things so great about the fall is
the craft festivals around the small towns.
This was one such beautiful weekend to attend one! The pretty white
house above was full of hand made quilts. I entered a raffle to win one!
Ever since we discovered the quaint little town of
Arrow Rock, Missouri we have been smitten!
The beautiful old homes built in the 1800's still so
well taken care of. The whole town is neat as a pin!
There were many craft booths set up along the Main street.
We saw lace making, spinning and rug hooking just to name
The town of Arrow Rock is historic in that it was along
the Missouri river and part of the Lewis and Clark expedition
and the Santa Fe trail.
It also boasts the oldest tavern west of the Mississippi
built in 1834.
The antique shops were decked out for the holidays.
We got to tour this house!
Originally built in 1838, the second floor was added
in 1875 making it more Victorian in appearance.
The lady of the house used to hand out milk and cookies to
the neighborhood children.
We visit here often just because we love the peaceful
atmosphere, but this was definitely a fun day bustling with
activity! Normally the streets are not this crowded. Notice the
I'd like to remind you all that we are hosting a
Halloween themed ATC blog hop this Friday, the 14th.
We hope you'll be inspired to make one or more and
link up Friday!
Thanks for visiting!