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Set up Day - always more work than we think

After waiting in line for about two hours we finally drove into the loading dock or more accurately the unloading area. Now we just had to get our stuff inside. Right away it became clear that bungee cords would have been a big bonus! Our stuff was slipping and sliding and we had to maneuver carefully around the frequent potholes to avoid triggering an avalanche.  Unfortunately our booth is located clear at the other end of the convention center 😟 who needs a gym?.  After lugging 5 loads of stuff to the booth we got our exercise for the day.

It’s always a big mess to start .... 

Then ... Floor - Drapes - Signs - lights ... about in that order -  a good start 

And finally Quilts

Ta Daa - no guarantees this won’t change again tomorrow - still have to build something to display pillows.

Finally enough for today - we will pick it back up tomorrow ... 


  1. Looks great, Annette. I know that was a lot of work. Hope you got a good night's rest. Karen


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