|I love the porches, the stone walls, and all the trees!|
|The architecture on Martha's Vineyard varies from clapboard sided homes to traditional white and black|
|White picket fences everywhere...and of course, the flag!|
|I also adore the windows with their small panes of glass|
We drove over to Mememsha. Although the beach was 'closed' by summer standards, many people were walking about, and I LOVED the 'no lifeguard on duty' sign on the lifeguard's post. I guess the seagull had taken over the job.....and took it quite seriously!
|Mememsha has lots to see and do|
|One of the little shops near the fishing village town|
While driving around, we came across a woolen 'farm'- I love animals, especially cuddly ones, and sheep are definitely on this list, so we pulled up the little gravel driveway to take a look. The sign said that the shop was open.
|Yes, the sheep have a view of the ocean!|
|look at the yummy green grass they're munching on!|
|You can't tell from pics, but this one BIG GUY was enormous!|
After we parked our car, we looked around.....so, where's the shop? A little sign directed toward this stone-fence lined pathway. In the distance was the ocean on one side, and a gorgeous farm with horses and lovely barns on the other.....so, we followed the path!
|A white picket fence is still #1 but this is a close 2nd|
|Here's the cute little door to the woolen shop!|
I just absolutely love how pumpkins are everywhere in the Fall- orange is not my favorite color, but somehow, in the Fall.....it becomes a favorite...it's just 'right.'
So, I know you're wondering....what's inside? So, let's go on in!
|There were sweaters, blankets, hats, mittens, and more....so gorgeous!|
The colored glass 'things' hanging in the window were hummingbird feeders and I was so tempted to get one. Traveling these days, however, is restrictive to my 'take it home' ability....so I had to pass, but they were very unique!
|Their selection of homemade woolens is exceptional!|
|Darling little baby items, too! LOVE this little wee one's sweater!|
|The candles were in luscious-smelling scents!|
|I know....I know....cute, huh?|
|They carry Whisper Hill bath things! Love 'em!!|
If you LOVE bath things, check out Whisper Hill's line of products. The woolen shop carried some of their things, but it's really a great line of products. When you go to their site, they also show craft shows in New England where they feature their products, so for you New Englander's, their site is a great source of information for you!
|These little tiny 'lambies' were so fuzzy and darling!|
|One of the charming little hummingbird feeders|
|lovely little hand-painted tins...and yes, you can buy a picture of sheep|
Really, it was an amazing farm with gorgeous items and it's all one-of-a-kind woolens, so if you're interested, it is definitely worth a visit!