Saturday, December 19, 2015

Festive Spirit Blog Hop, Day 4: Christmas Shopping in the 19th Century and at an Alpaca Farm


Here is Day 4 of the #festivespiritbloghop.

First, here is an interview that author Francis Powell (who is also part of this blog hop) conducted with me. Check it out at the following link:

Now, I want to share with you all a couple places I did some of my Christmas shopping at this year. First, we went to Old Economy Village's Christmas at the Village.

Sort of like what we do for the 18th century at the Depreciation Lands Museum, Old Economy Village brings history of the 19th century to life. Their event, Christmas at the Village is an evening event that allows you to walk their cobblestone streets by candlelight while shopping for handmade gifts from some really cool vendors.

Definitely looks like something straight out of a Charles Dickens novel. :)

Among the very awesome vendors I bought from that night, I met the Burns family, owners of an alpaca farm. They also sell yarn that is spun out of the wool from their alpacas, as well as knit items made from their spun yarn. I did buy a little something for my nephew, but today I paid their farm a visit to get a couple last minute items. And took some photos. :)

If you are interested in checking out more of what they have, visit their websites:

And check out the other awesome authors involved in the blog hop:

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