Have a Safe Halloween!

Posted by Tracey on 10/30/2017
3pm to 6pm Tuesday, Oct. 31st we are hosting a safe Halloween Trick or Treating!

Thank you!

Posted by Tracey on 10/24/2017
Thank you for a wonderful 1st Annual Fall Trunk Show! Even though it rained all weekend we had a great time meeting new customers under the big tent.

1st Annual Fall Trunk Show This Weekend!

Posted by Tracey on 10/11/2017
You are invited to this weekend's 1st Annual Fall Trunk Show!
Sat & Sun 9am to 6pm

Sugar Peanuts Recipe from Uganda

Posted by Tracey on 8/11/2017
Mark and I want to sincerely thank you for all your support and love for history.
Saturday 12-6pm cocktails and sweets!! Come and enjoy!!!

The 1st Governor of Maryland's Estate

Posted by on 7/23/2017
In the last few months we have been invited by the lovely current owners of the historic  "Brew House" and/or the birthplace of Thomas Johnson, the 1st Governor of Maryland. The homestead is also recorded as the birthplace of Mrs. John Quincy Adams.
This gorgeous 1720s waterfront property is located high on the hills in St. Leonard, Maryland. The estate includes 8 out buildings including a post office, garage, corn crib, tractor shed, stable, sheep fold, and a much smaller shed. Once Mrs. Mackall (the 2nd owner) had passed her home sat until the current owners purchased everything on the property. Left to sit alone for years were over 200 year old pieces of furniture, vintage trunks, historical photos,

History of the 1st Governor's Estate in St. Leonards, Maryland is Here!

Posted by Tracey on 7/23/2017
How exciting! We have finally posted the links to the detailed history of the Mackall Family and the Johnson family, the 1st Governor of Maryland in St. Leonards, MD! Trunks, Oars, Mason Jars, Glass Jars or Hat Boxes read on..

It's Saturday and It's A Hot One!

Posted by on 7/15/2017
It's a hot weekend, but what a great sunny day to have fun with your family building something new out of reclaimed wood!

Demo Day in St. Michaels, MD!

Posted by on 6/17/2017
It feels absolutely fantastic to salvage an old slave quarters and coastal cottage before it was completely cleared away for a new structure. Mark and I were very fortunate to meet a local couple who needed to clear away their old red painted cottage on their property and they asked us to salvage simply everything right down to the wide pine plank floor boards and ornate pieces of iron hardware to use in our shop! We filled our 20 foot trailer with glass windows, wrought iron cabinet hardware, wood doors, cabinets, butcher block, antiques, and a bunch of knotty pine siding. Check out the videos and photos on our Facebook and Instagram pages..

We were recently told by the fabulous owners that while salvaging the chimney they found letters hidden up inside the chimney walls. As soon as I can get a photo of them, I will post them. Finding history is so amazing.