Plantation Craft Fair!


Saturday was the perfect day for a craft fair.

The sun peeped out just enough to make you smile and shed your jackets.

I have always had a special place in my heart for San Francisco Plantation.

It's so different from all of the others.

It's welcoming and comfy..plantation style.


It's located on our famous river road.

If you would like more info on our River Road Plantations click here


If you ever make it down to the deep south, River Road is a must!



On the grounds you can also tour the worker cabins.



I fell deep for this one.

Oh the wood...

Oh the patina!




The flowers were even showing off for us!


Out of respect to the crafters,

I didn't snap too many pictures of the booths.


Just as we had made our way around to every tent, our tummies started to rumble.


I think this is always my favorite part of craft fairs...the food!


Just to the far back left of the plantation, sits a barn.

We ate our lunch inside.


Maddy made a quick stop at the funnel cake booth first.

Yes, that was her lunch.

Craft days you can do that ;)


I myself, wanted something a bit more adult..haha

Jambalaya!


I would love to see this barn at night.

A perfect setting for a wedding maybe.



After our tummies were full and we found a few treasures, we headed home.


And on the way we discovered this hidden jewel.


I can't wait to tell you all about it!

xoxo Susie

10 comments:

  1. loved that post! makes me miss my louisiana!

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    1. I think if I ever moved away, it would be the food I would miss the most LOL

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  2. Loved the pics and that funnel cake has me drooling! I must ask though, what is "craklin"?

    Tiff

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    1. It's the skin and portion of a hog deep fried. It's crispy and salty and Ohhhh sooo good!

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  3. Yes, yes, yes!! The food at southern craft fairs... oh the deliciousness. SO-GOOD.

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  4. Thank you for sharing this outing with us in the beautiful images here- I allso founf the menu and dishes very interesting as most are unknown to us on this side of the globe! Love the true plantation style , and the weathered blues and greys- impossible to recreate.
    Colette x

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  5. I can imagine our taste in foods are quite interesting hehe

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  6. Those wooden cabins looks cozy and inviting. it will be a perfect place for summer since wooden structure diffuses heat. ~ ilikesheds.com

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