Home and Garden Show Draws Thousands

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Home and Garden Show Draws Thousands

This weekend saw a steady stream of visitors at this year's Home and Garden Show held at the Sheridan Holiday Inn and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

The weather is turning warmer and many of us are just itching to get outside. This year's Home and Garden Show was full up with vendors and Eric Bouly, President of the Big Horn Builder's Association said it's all about getting the ideas and information on getting those summertime projects done.

There's plenty to do around our house and you bet, my husband has my honey do list. He was out there checking out the booths gathering up information. For me, I tag along to gather up all the free goodies. The show is where I get my year's supply of pens and pencils. The kids scatter and grab all the free candy. But as I was looking around, I had to wonder about some of the vendors there. Just how did they fit in a Home and Garden Show. Jennifer Dafoe was there selling skin care products.

I guess I never thought about it, but that makes sense, don't want to get any sun damage and look any older than I already do. There were other vendors that I wondered about. Costco was there selling memberships, there was a sewing machine vendor and even a pasta outfit. How does pasta fit in with the Home and Garden Show?

I suppose you want good pasta to serve to your friends out on the new deck or in the new kitchen you found help with building at the Home Show. It works.

There were massage people there, I guess to help with your aching muscles after all the work you'll put in this summer on those outdoor projects. Sandy Everson was out there selling health products.

Alright...already. You have to be healthy to build or garden. Dixie See was there with ERA Carroll Realty and says it's all about exposure.

You know, they all made sense. Brian Daniels was there getting information and ideas and what was the best part for him?

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