Native Florida Folk Artist RhondaK Part II My life on a barstool
Historic   Bridge Street, Bradenton Beach Florida <ul><li>I sold at Bridge Street, a historic old street in Bradenton Beac...
What Happens Here…we Talk about ALL week… <ul><li>This is the set up I had on the South side of my little retail island.  ...
Always Take Your Best Friend <ul><li>This is Sadie the Sales Pug. I’m her third home this year. Her birthday is in April, ...
Good Stuff <ul><li>These are the strongest signs I have in my inventory right now. The top sign is a triangle that is an a...
Come Love Me Up Kenny Chesney… <ul><li>The long boards here are some of my faves. These jagged history soaked bits come fr...
 
<ul><li>I keep hoping I don’t sell this sign. It is an old board from a strawberry farm barn. It is cedar. Deeply damaged....
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A few pics of my Bradenton Beach show at Historic Bridge Street. See Sadie the Sales Pug! I discuss some of the work I had on sell there.

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  1. 1. Native Florida Folk Artist RhondaK Part II My life on a barstool
  2. 2. Historic Bridge Street, Bradenton Beach Florida <ul><li>I sold at Bridge Street, a historic old street in Bradenton Beach Florida for the first time on February 23, 2008. </li></ul><ul><li>Thankfully it was close to the Drift In Bar which opens at 7:30am. It is LIVELY there and has actual pirates drinking Bloody Marys. In short, good times. </li></ul><ul><li>Here I have some of my $5 signs I sell. I was wearing a sign that said DRINKS WELL WITH OTHERS. </li></ul>
  3. 3. What Happens Here…we Talk about ALL week… <ul><li>This is the set up I had on the South side of my little retail island. </li></ul><ul><li>It is hard to tell here, but I built this hot pink spike and I set this big driftwood root I found on my beach on the top. It has the classic IT’S FIVE O’CLOCK SOMEWHERE. Below it my dancing sweet faced manatee with a version of Emerson’s ALWAYS DANCE LIKE NO ONE IS WATCHING. </li></ul><ul><li>If I’d had the B loody Mary’s the pirates were drinking…I definitely would have danced and not cared if anyone was watching. The Drift In makes a great cocktail. </li></ul>
  4. 4. Always Take Your Best Friend <ul><li>This is Sadie the Sales Pug. I’m her third home this year. Her birthday is in April, so I believe she’s a Pisces. However, she hates water. Bridges. Boats. Docks. </li></ul><ul><li>In short everything I love. However, opposites sometimes attract. She’s a great sales girl. She sold a sign with a painting of her that said IT’S YAPPY HOUR. To the same couple we sold “DEAR LORD PLEASE LET MY BOAT COME IN BEFORE MY DOCK ROTS.” It was on a piece of wood I found at Safety Harbor. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Good Stuff <ul><li>These are the strongest signs I have in my inventory right now. The top sign is a triangle that is an actual joint from a dock torn down in Robert’s Bay. It reads: Beach House. NO shirt, shoes, problem. Life is short..break some rules ( not ours). BYOB..paradise ain’t Cheap. </li></ul><ul><li>I love this sign. </li></ul>
  6. 6. Come Love Me Up Kenny Chesney… <ul><li>The long boards here are some of my faves. These jagged history soaked bits come from old barns, torn down houses, old fences that lined beachfront property and more fantastic lives. </li></ul><ul><li>I have written a song called “Walk a Mile in My Flip Flops..and bring me back a beer.” It is a primarily original saying. I own it down to its backstory. The song…is pretty funny, but about taking the long shot on love. </li></ul><ul><li>Next to tequila—that’s my favorite shot! </li></ul>
  7. 8. <ul><li>I keep hoping I don’t sell this sign. It is an old board from a strawberry farm barn. It is cedar. Deeply damaged. It reads: </li></ul><ul><li>“ Mermaids and old sea dogs welcome..but there’s only one Captain at the Captain’s Bar…..remember there is no I in team, but there is in WIN.” </li></ul><ul><li>This sign represents a lot of things about me all at once. It has GREAT backstory! If you’re ever in Bradenton Beach make sure you walk around Historic Bridge Street. It’s a great fun place! Sea, suds, sarongs, sangria, sunrise plus sunset and soothing good times. </li></ul><ul><li>For more information, work and contact see: </li></ul><ul><li>http:// rhondakwrites.com / </li></ul>

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