On Cherokee Street, in St. Louis, you will find a fantastic assortment of vintage specialty stores, antique merchants, resale shops, bistros, coffee shops, record stores, and book sellers. If you like it vintage, Cherokee Street is where it’s at.
- Hi! Glad you're here! Here's a bit about me:I married a Musician With A Day Job from Glasgow, Scotland, in 1990. We have two sons, one daughter, five dogs, one tarantula, and some project always in the works! I am a Rescue Transporter and Animal Welfare Advocate. I'm also a lover all things photography, vintage, retro, DIY, decor, design, sewing, furniture refinishing, upcycling, & repurposing. My hobbies include technology, music, video games, and I particularly adore old movies (especially silent and classic horror movies).Together with The Hubs and our friend, Jay Swisher, we created our business, Shona Skye Creative. We offer photography services and products including portrait photography, corporate photography, jewelry, music, unique one-of-a-link Cosplay props, and decor. We sell our items and services online, at faires and festivals, and by word of mouth. We hope you'll share us!If you would like to know some more weird facts about me (because I *am* weird), click HERE.If you ever have a question or need to contact me, don't even hesitate! Just click HERE.And, BTW, I adore comments and I respond to each and everyone - by E-Mail! So, if you are a NO-REPLY commenter, check out THIS LINK to fix that, so I can chat with you!
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At the end of a lovely walking trail is this old bridge. Maintenance by the parks service ends several yards ahead and you can see that this hidden spot is a favorite of kids up to the usual kid things.
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- The Entryway
- The Lemp Brewery
- Trail’s End
- The Cemetery
- The Cemetery Gates
- Bee Tree House (of HORROR! Hahaha)
- The Week in Review
- The Deer That (Almost) Got Away…
- I Wish I Had A Time-Turner…
- New Life for an Old Bike
- Abandoned Barge
- The Riverwalk
- The River Barge
- The Week in Review
- Shop ‘Til You Drop!
- The River Bird
- First Snow–The Tree
- First Snow–The Girl Child
- Riding The Rails…
- Urban Destruction
- Oh, Look, More Shapes…
- Beauty Underneath
- My Trifecta of Trite
- Happy New Year!
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