My kids and I were under your tent learning to make engravings and prints on Saturday afternoon. I'll never forget that time. We all enjoyed it so much, and they are begging for me to get the stuff out so we can do it at home. Thank you for sharing your knowledge, supplies and yourselves with us!!
i have linked to you. so hope you got my first comment. still hoping to stop in and say hello but the weather has not been cooperating very well and we have 2 littles in the family as well as 4 bigs and 2 biggers! HA!
you have an open invitation to come to the farm for supper! hope to see you ALL!Matt and Angela
a very nice wagon, indeed.
I just listened to the craftsanity podcast and was very inspired by the family story. At the time of the cast the wonderwagon was just in the works - it's great to see how it came together!
i was in the opera and the thing was huge it took us all to help push it it was so cool to though to see this thing right in front of you. the best experience ever there were ten of us kids and the director called us the spice of the opera! cool huh:)
[...] eggs from the chicken coop and strolled around town in the roving art show/gypsy buggy the Wonder Wagon! The Beerhorst’s support themselves by making art (and by God’s grace… as Brenda [...]
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