Peach Park and Refurbish Buffet

Oh yes, recently the junkin' road carried my friend and me to Clanton, Alabama, home of the
Peach Park!

Chilton County is known for its delicious home grown peaches!  Peach farming is a big business! And the results are simply scrumptious

Each year Clanton throws a  parrr-tee! ("We like a party!", says my friend.) 

There are parades, music, carnivals, and of course peaches! And no, good, down home, southern town would be without its share of queens and princesses for the event!

At the Peach Park, photos of present and past winners are displayed! (It's really a big deal! And many people flock to this area during the event!)

The Peach Park is a destination for most traveling I65 between Birmingham and Montgomery!  Children know that this will be a stop along the way. (and don't ask how much farther?

There is a large area for running around, shopping and EATING!

Sandwiches, fruits, and vegetables are available for purchase. It's a great farmer's market!

BUT...my friend and me love the peach cobbler! And of course what could make it better than a scoop (maybe two) of vanilla ice cream! Yum, yum!

Traveling? Make the Peach Park one of your stops! You are in for a real treat!

Also, I want to share this refurbished buffet with y'all today!!  I found it for a real deal (should I say steal!!), for cheap! I know! It had to be mine! It was dirty! (Really dirty, I think it must have been stored in a barn for I found lots of straw inside! Maybe it had been a nest? Ummm?)

After cleaning, I layered on oops paint I found at Lowe's (Don't you just love Lowe's? I can wander around and around...)

The top is a chocolate brown and the rest is more a blue than my photo shows... 
I decided to use the same handles, just upgraded with a little paint!

On top, please notice the chalkboard tray I painted! I'm really loving these! They make great gifts!

Well, there you have it! Peaches and a buffet...

Have a Blessed Day!! And see ya down the junkin' road!!


Grab your shoes and join me in partying with...


Transformation Thursday

Visit with all the party goers and tell them to visit with me too! (LOL)


Unknown said...

I live less than an hour from Canton, AL. Love that big peach! Did you get to go to any antique shops in the area? Petals from the Past is just down the highway in Jemison, AL. You should go there if you have not; it is a wonderful nursery specializing in heirloom roses. Thanx for sharing. Your furniture piece was a nice re-do. Don't you just love to up-cycle! Visit me sometimes over at the palace.

gena said...

I love fresh peaches !!!! What a wonderful post !!!!

thanks for sharing !


Tablescapes By Diane said...

Hi lovely lady.
I would love to have a fresh peach right now with my Cheerios ~~~ I would like to thank you so much for your sweet comments on my new Tablescape. I hope you have a Great Week.
XXOO Diane

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

You had me at the cobbler and ice cream! The buffet is wonderful too. Well done!

Kaitlin Saenz said...

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Jenny's Heart said...

Those look so good!
I'm waiting for the price to drop a bit then I am stocking up here :)

Carol Soules said...

HI Jan - Thx for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment about the child's desk I re-did for a special little guy in my life. I love your blog and this cupboard makeover is great!
Sure wish we had some of those awesome peaches up here in Massachusetts!

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