But speaking of soap, here is a shout out for Tabby's Etsy Shop - "The Goat Chick" - where she has our latest goat milk soap (lavender/tea tree) for sale, along with some necklaces she made. Click this link for all 4 soaps, scarves, jewelry and more: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheGoatChick
Lavender/Tea Tree goat milk soap is relaxing, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal. High quality ingredients, like our other goat milk soaps: Goats' milk, olive oil, palm kernel oil, rice bran oil, coconut oil, shea butter, palm oil, castor oil, lavender and tea tree essential oil. Only $4.00 a bar plus shipping!
Last Saturday, we sold some of our soap at the annual Fall Days Farm Ways event at the Pantego Academy Historical Museum in Pantego, North Carolina. (That's in the eastern part of the state.) My mother-in-law works at the museum, so we had an "in." ;) We helped set up the event and then had our own tables to sell things. We didn't end up selling very much, but really enjoyed the experience and being a part of it. People stopped by and had all sorts of interesting stories to tell us. A popular one was about the glass Clorox bottles we had and how moonshiners used the gallon sized Clorox bottles "back in the day."
We had two tables:
|goat milk soap, ruffle scarves crocheted by Tabby, lamps made by Hunter|
|vintage soda crates, old bottles we found on our property|
|vanilla extract, green salve, chicken frostbite salve|
We were set up right by the old surveyor's office:
And very near the old jail:
Food was free for a donation. Besides soap, sandwiches, fruit, and dessert - all available inside the museum, there was popcorn, drinks, and cotton candy available outside.
I gave my camera to Frank and asked him to take some pictures of the boys as they walked around:
"Now, our God, we give you thanks, and praise your glorious name." - 1 Chronicles 29:13