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Here is the second part to my visit with P Allen Smith at Moss Mountain Farms. My last post toured the first floor of his home. This week we will travel upstairs to the second and third floor.
If you missed the tour of the first floor, you can check it out HERE.
P Allen has the gorgeous historic bed that dates back to the 1820’s.
Sitting area in the master bedroom
I’m from the small town of Hope, Arkansas. It is one of those small towns where almost everything is closed on Sunday where going to Walmart is a social event because you end up visiting more than shopping.
I grew up playing in my front yard for hours, drinking out of a water hose, riding our bikes around the neighborhood, and catching fireflies “lightening bugs “until late at night. All of this was done while parents worked. Yes, we were home alone all day but we knew we couldn’t get way with anything since all of the neighbors watched out for each other. Believe me, if we did something wrong, our parents found out about it.
Here are a few photos of my hometown, Hope, I took on Sunday afternoon; notice the absence of traffic.
‘m contintuing my tour of Moss Mountain Farms with P Allen Smith here with photos of his gardens.
The flower gardens were filled with bright pops of color ; add that to having the Arkansas river as your backdrop and you have a feast for the eyes.
Here are some of the photos of his flower gardens.
I going to start off by apologizing for all of the photos I am about to post. I had the privilege to join several Arkansas Women Bloggers at P Allen Smith’s home for Farm2home 2015. If you missed the post about my incredible day at Moss Mountain Farms, you can check it out here.
Okay, here we go, Home Tour of Moss Mountain – P Allen Smith….
The entry way is fabulous. I just love the colors.
I have been a long time fan of P Allen Smith so I jumped at a chance to visit Moss Mountain Farm. It was in incredible day filled with information from the great people at Arkansas Grown and Arkansas Made. Living on a family farm, I appreciate the hard work and care it takes grow our food and how important it is to support locally made and grown products. It’s not only important to know where our food comes from but that we are feeding our families healthy, nutritious foods.
Not only did I get to hang out with P Allen Smith but I got to hang out with some amazing men and women with Arkansas Women Bloggers and local producers around Arkansas.
We had the opportunity to sample some great products for vendors around Arkansas.
I would love to have this truck….seriously, it’s cute and has ice cream!