Half of the tent is created into a bedroom, where anyone in the family can take a rest or even spend the night. The roof of the tent can be removed so that I can look at the stars at night. What an experience that is! At the foot of the cot is the shawl crocheted by a friend, Anita Crane, whom I met when i first began publishing on the web.
The picnic basket came from Target and has an insulated food section that serves as a cooler for the refrigerated food items.
What about these duct tape slippers? My grandchildren decided to make them with paper and duct tape to wear in the tent so they could leave their shoes outside.
The garden provided some fresh flowers for the tables. I like these particularly because they grow roots in the water and can be re-planted and multiplied.
Notice the shawl on the back of the children's chair, made by one of my readers.
The rugs, old cups and worn household things were being stored in the tent for a future sale.
There is a place to hook a lantern on the ceiling of the tent. I turned a led tea light upside down in this candle chandelier, to point the light into the room.