Sundays on Silverado #106

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We had family in town all week from Ohio, and it was fun to take them around to experience some “Iowa” things, and host them at “The House on Silverado Bed and Breakfast”.

My husband’s Uncle Jerry used to race cars, so we took him downtown to American Dream Machines. They were so kind, and allowed us “behind the scenes” access to see not only the cars for sale in the showroom but also the ones they were working on in the garage.

We picnicked at a nearby farm where they have live music on Friday nights and visited an old gas station down the road filled with vintage cars, license plates and so much more…

We filled our guests up with lots of delicious food... especially homegrown Iowa produce.

We had dinner at a local pizza place where our youngest son works, and he made pizza for us all.

It was such a fun way to end my last week of summer.

In Case You Missed It…

New on the blog this week, I shared how I upcycled an old planter using the Terra Clay Paint from Dixie Belle. I added it to the Beachy display on my entryway table.

The Weekly Features!

You all shared so many pretty tablescapes and flower arrangements this week.

I especially love all the sunflowers, which are such a beautiful late summer flower to transition into fall.

Plus, this different take on coastal decor is so lovely.

All features have been pinned to the Sundays on Silverado Pinterest Board!

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7 thoughts on “Sundays on Silverado #106

  1. Thank you so much Niky for featuring my Boho Coastal Tablescape! I really appreciate it and all your efforts in hosting this wonderful weekly party! ~ Lori

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