Sunday, June 12, 2011

A Walk Back in Time…

At the end of the lane, on country road between route 20 and route 9 in Brookfield, MA is a very special place that takes you back in time…


The Walker Homestead!009[2]



front of house[2]



walker garden 1 grand opening

The Walker Homestead is designed around an historic saltbox home that was built by the Walker family in 1698, possibly the oldest standing home in Brookfield. I first had the pleasure of visiting this primitive oasis at their grand opening on June 13th, 2009

walkerhomead opening


Walker Homestead is home to Walker Homestead Primitives…031[3]

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The Colonial Quilt Shop..walker quilt grand opeing


Walker Homestead Heirloom Gardens and Garden Shop…051[3]



And the Simple Treasures from the Past Antique and Primitive Goods Show!

Last fall the APP gang were honored to be asked to serve as the booth judges. There was so much eye candy. Here are just a few of the pics Margo and I took that day….





And this Saturday, there is sure to be just as much eye candy as as Walker Homestead hosts another Simple Treasures from the Past Show.

APP won’t be there on Saturday on an official basis but I will be there helping Lana Testa in her Winterberry Primitives booth and several shops that carry our magazine will be there with their booths as well.  To see a list of vendors and for more information you can click ~HERE~!

If you are in the area or can make the trip, this is a must see event!!  I hope to see you there!!

Prim Blessings, Linda



winterberryprimitives said...

Oh what a Walk Back in Time that was...great pics, cant wait to spend my day at Walker Homestead..and I so look forward to seeing you Linda..:)

Anonymous said...

Lovely blog Linda, thanks so much! We all look forward to the show next Saturday... WHAT FUN WE WILL ALL HAVE! It's coming up FAST!

Y1M said...

Thanks Linda for this wonderful walk.

I tell ya, I would love to take this walk again with you this coming Saturday as the view of this property is amazing. Wouldn't it be nice to Play House here for a Day? Breathtaking!!!
Now, those goodies I see, make me realize just a couple of hours would make me happy---Want That and That and That. :DDDD

Enjoy the fun. Hopefully we will get a chance to see a few close-up pictures of the goodies they have to offer soon.

Have a fun time.

Huge Hug,


Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Hi, Linda
Sounds like it is going to be wonderful~ wish I could speed up there!! Kinda far~ someday I am going to make it a point to come see Walker Homestead~ for now I just visit through the beautiful pictures~ It looks breathtaking~Have fun with Lana hope she sells~ sells!!!

Kori Vincent "Painting Primitives" said...

1698 Wow! It looks beautiful! The pictures are wonderful. Thanks for taking us with you on your trip. It was almost like being there.
Take me next time!

*Kountry*Porch*Primitives* said...

I wish I could go!! Looks like everything is amazing ~Kriss~

Blessing Hill Primitives said...

Wish I could be there! Thanks for sharing this event and an inside look at Walker Homestead. I have family in MA, need to plan a visit!

Terry :)

Pam said...

These pictures are amazing and the gardens are gorgeous. My mother is right, I was born in the wrong century. Thank you for the most pleasant 20 minutes of my day.

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