Our Local- Tumbleweed


I am excited to share with you “Our Local”- Tumbleweed for the month of February here on The White Barn Farm. Each month it is a joy to explore our Valley in hopes to share with you our talented local shops and designers! So today we take a look at this adorable shop which has two locations: One in Wenatchee and the other in Leavenworth,WA. Here is the link to their website for additional information and another beautiful look at their specialty goods.

I will be showing you some of the unique items found in the shop on 105 Palouse street, Wenatchee, WA 98801. I’m tellin’ you, you have got to take a look for yourself if you haven’t already. It is a darling boutique that features a variety of handmade goods, gifts, jewelry, baby goods, drink-ware, and much so more!










So if you live local, I know where you will be headed this week. You will love it! Make sure to tell them The White Barn Farm sent you and say “hi” for me! The owners and staff are as sweet as their shop. You’ll love it! If you aren’t local and reading this, feel free to follow the link to Tumbleweed website for some online shopping. You will be lead to their Tumbleweed Bead co Etsy shop for handcrafted earrings, necklaces, rings, and bangles. So cute!

In fact, look what I purchased at Tumbleweed…simply elegant rose gold. I love them and have worn them everyday since!


Thanks for coming by to see Our Local, friends. We are thankful for you, and we’re excited to join together to support small businesses and encourage one another to shop local. Have a wonderful week!


Our Local- ‘Model Toys’

Tis the season for holiday bazaars. Today I ventured out with my wonderful mother-in-law to my first Holiday Bazaar of the season at the Entiat, Wa High School gymnasium. As expected there were a variety of homemade treasures adorably displayed. And with just as adorable of white-haired nana’s and papa’s behind the tables with bright sparkling eyes for the joy of the gathering. Each person was delighted to show their skill and gather as a community, for the community. I love that.



One of our favorite finds were these handcrafted wooden toys.  “Model Toys” by John Zucker are beautiful.  My (almost) 2 year old was enthralled with each intricately made toy.  For the past 15 years Mr. Zucker has honed his skill to make everything imaginable that any young lad would enjoy including planes, trains, trucks, tractors, diggers, semi-trucks, and cars.   It is a joy to see such craftsmanship loved by my little ones.  Seth Luke will be a happy camper this Christmas when he opens his gift from Grandma and Grandpa… “Model Toys” for the win.

John Zucker- Model Toys, Entiat WA  509-860-8194  Email: jgz73uc@nwi.net