Is the only I know how to describe how Marburger Vendors left me. Lisa and I were there bright and early to be one of the first ones to see these works of art displays. I was in awe at the raw talent found here. The displays were so creatively put together, better than any magazine I've seen yet. And this all in the middle of a field that doesn't have anything in it but twice a year. If you've ever driven by Marburger Farms during off season you'll see a few of the buildings minus the tents, people and energy. Believe me there was enough excitement to last you at least until the next six months.
A lot of the vendors drive from other states to set up their wares here each Spring and Fall. They hunt all year for the best things to be found. While you can find a lot of the vendors at other Antique Venues during the season, I think they must save their best things for this show, or so it seems.
Check it out and tell me what you think:
Mo of Rubbish
Theresa-TOT, Time Worn Interiors
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