The Rodeo Queens of West Texas are made up of a group of ladies who share a common passion for all things junky, vintage and eclectic! We are Cat Geiger, Cecilia Scott, Mary Smith and Leeann Moore. We produce a Premier Vintage Market twice a year. Our Fall show is always in Colorado City, Texas and we go on the road for our Spring Show!
Mulberry Hill Farm in Mitchell County is where the Rodeo Queens spent a fantastic evening recently. It's the home of Leeann and Gene, and it's been in Leeann's family for a very long time. Each room has a story, and you should be sure to ask Leeann to tell it to you sometime.
Here's Gene trying to get the goats to agree to be photogenic. They just wanted to be fed. This city girl thinks they look really cute on the other side of the fence.
This is the original outhouse. Have I mentioned how much I love indoor plumbing and A/C? Sometimes I wonder what it would be like to have been a pioneer on the prairie. Hard, hard, hard is all I can come up with.
This is one of two big red barns on the farm. Leeann says that there are lots of vintage finds and furniture tucked inside. I guess we'll all have to be at Petticoats on the Prairie to see the finished projects. Be prepared to drool.
Don't you just love arbors? Mulberry Hill Farm has at least three. Leeann even had one in her booth at Petticoats on the Prairie last spring.
Leeann and Gene found this cutie camper in Colorado. Leeann even has an official Sisters on the Fly membership number. The camper will be lovingly restored. Have you named her yet, Leeann?
Thank you, Leeann and Gene, for a perfect evening on the prairie. There was lots of friends, fellowship and food. Our resident red-headed photographer, Cat, took some great photos of the Rodeo Queens for our show in October. Stay tuned for those pictures. I'm sure they will be absolutely angelic!