and it looks good. I have been going to do it for a while now, but because it takes three hours to clean I need to do it on a weekend when the hydro is cheap.
I also made a half hearted attempt to clean out the toaster oven but ran out of Easy Off Oven Cleaner. i can't scrub with vigor anymore as it kills my wrists.
This week's "win" at the silent auction is a W.H. Grindley dish in the Mersey pattern. Dated some where between 1891 and 1914 as per the marking on the back. I over paid at $20 but love the piece. Though because of the lead content I will have to be careful what I use it for.
I thought I'd share a couple more photos from Saturday's Home Show. The photo below shows some of the art work from a lovely lady called Margo from Bramblewood Studios in Muskoka. Her work is gorgeous and can be hung outside. Here is a link to her website which showcases some of her work.
I was fascinated with the next company and the work they do. I entered a draw to win the fountain below, and if you like the company on Facebook, you can win the fountain in a bucket which is directly above the fountain. The company is Atlas Landscape Inc and they are in Newmarket. They have lots of photos on their site.I fell in love with these mushrooms, they were stunning.
The mushrooms were part of this water feature, which we were assured by one guy is super easy to do yourself..........