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January 16, 2012

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carolld

Wow! That shop is awesome. Too much to comment on all I liked. I did love that Christmas tree with the shells and the fish quilt in the next picture! Doesn't look like you stayed on any diet! Don't blame you. Looks yummy. I'm so envious. I want a cutting table like that too! You'll have to post pictures if Papa Pea makes it for you. Great post!

Donna

Love the pics of the quilt shop! I would love to go there!
I love the cutting table also. Let us know if Papa Pea makes you one!
Hugs,
Donna

Lynn

What a great shop! I also vote for pegboard on the sides.

Brooke

love your tour!! I am always up for a field trip!!

sisLH

LOVE the seashell Christmas tree, the little fish quilt, and especially the 3-seashell wall hanging!
Your chicken looks really good but the fish tacos? Umm, No, I'll pass. But I will take the red drink!

Maggie Szafranski

Florida is a fun place! That shop looked very cool! And loved the lunch! And when you are on vacation, a fun, froo froo drink is always correct!

Doris

Do they have a retreat space?

BTW, tell papa pea that I'll take the prototype he builds, y'know, so he can work out the kinks on the first one and build you a perfect one...

PegVan

Now, Gramma Pea is wishing she would have gone too! That's probably the day she was with all the grandbaby peas, if I remember correctly. So next time you visit Florida..... :-)

Sure enjoyed the tour, though.

Deb

I'm so glad you liked that shop as much as I did. I had to buy some batiks there too! I'm feeling a little homesick for Florida now . . .

Deb

Hi Stephanie, I just made my way over to see this post. Love it and would loved to have been there with you!! Wish I could have a cutting table like that, too. Yes, I'd change the end to be functional. I've been to Florida once in my life...to Satellite Beach in 2010...not sure how far away your parents are from there. Glad that you had a fun trip!

Beach Livin

This is one of the reasons I love Sanibel so much! The non-commercial shops! Those quilts are simply amazing!

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