Monday, September 29, 2008

Field Trip

Saturday morning, my hubby and I headed north in search of apple cider donuts, pumpkins and salvaged wood. It was a perfect, beautiful day for a field trip.

First, we stopped at EZ Orchards, a local produce market, where we found a couple of unusual pumpkins and the most melt-in-your-mouthiest apple cider donuts. We also purchased some great produce so the donut purchase didn't seem quite so sinful. After grabbing a cup of coffee to go with the donuts, we headed further north - toward Woodburn and Al's Garden Center. I remembered that they had some wonderful white pumpkins last year.

Well, all of that sugar and caffiene kicked in and needed to be counteracted with some protein. Sooo, we stopped at a little old drive-in and got a couple of angus burgers with special sauce - YUM. Much better.

Then on to Al's where we found an assortment of pumpkins to place on the front bench.

We were still on a mission to find some salvaged, old, wood mouldings. The Aurora Mills is the place to find such stuff. It is such an interesting place. If you need it, they probably have it -- and they had exactly what I had in mind. The perfect salvaged wood to make more signs.

Later that afternoon, we went to Albany to pick up items from the Blackberry Junction show. It was a quick task, as many of my items had sold! The items that I brought home are now listed on my Etsy store! Take a peek and I hope something strikes your fancy. If you have any questions regarding any of the items, please email.

NEXT POST: #100 and my next Give-Away!!!! Don't miss it!! M.



Sounds like a nice day :) Donuts and cider are a real fall food.
I need a little day trip with my husband..maybe this weekend.

Lisa Johnson said...

What a fun day you had with your sweetie! The donuts sound delish and I'm so glad to hear you did so well at Blackberry Junction. When am I going to see you again? Miss you!



Nancy said...

I love having days like you just had with your hubby...Your donuts look yummy and the pumpkins are wonderful...Don't you just love fall?! Such a beautiful time of year.

Hope you have a great week Martha!
Hugs, Nancy

Molly Mo's said...

Spooky-cute stuff! I can't wait for my lacey pumpkin to add to my "martha" collection!

Pearl said...

Hi Martha... I found you through Deb, aka Garage Sale Gal... Your blog is adorable and I am looking forward to reading more... and, of course I want to come back and enter your give~away! YAY!!

Looks like you had a great day... I bet those donuts were big-time Yummies!! Thanks for sharing and stop by for a visit anytime, please...


Adrienne said...

Hi Martha -
It sounds like you had such a good field trip. I recognize the little old drive-in. It's not far from where I live. And Aurora Mills is not far from my house. I passed it very early yesterday morning on my way to the freeway for a trip to Roseburg for meetings. I would rather have stopped there to shop! But they aren't open at 6:00 a.m. so I decided to keep on my trek southward. Thanks for reminding me to drive to Aurora soon and see what goodies I find there.

Christine LeFever said...

What a lovely day, Martha! It's rather like a mini-vacation.

I shall eagerly scope your wars on ETSY!



Christine LeFever said...

er, hiccup, wares!


Little Blue Violet said...

What a fabulous looking day out. Cider donuts? Never had one....something to look forward to someday...sounds divine. That salvage yards looks like heaven....lucky you

Journal Swag said...

Hi Martha! Cute stuff, and sounds like fun lately! I don't see a link to your Etsy shop on your blog?

Journal Swag said...

DER! Your link to Etsy IS there. Apparently I've been sipping too much cider!


Karen ~ Cider Antiques said...

Oh!!! Apple Cider Donuts ~ WOW!!! Sounds wonderful . . . gotta love that name, LOL.

I love your Halloween creations. Just beautiful.

Karen at Cider Antiques

SweetAnnee said...

Looks so good..and a lovely day..Did you get a big burger??
I love Autumn..
smiles, Deena

Relyn Lawson said...

I was so excited to see that you are from Salem. We moved to Missouri from Salem nearly 10 years ago. You will know exactly why we still miss it.

Jann said...

Oh, what fun! How I miss Oregon--we lived in Salem for several years and our kids attended school there. All of my children were born in Eugene--one of my very favorite places to visit was Nichol's Garden Nursery to buy herbs for my garden--your day sounds heavenly to me! Thanks so much for sharing it!

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