Monday, November 17, 2008

Cabin Loon Dinnerware

Bill bought me this dinnerware from Cabela's while we were waiting to close on our cabin over 4 years ago. The day we looked at the cabin, there was a Common Loon fishing out in front, we were hooked on Loons at that point. Unfortunately, I don't believe this pattern is available anymore. Cabela's has a log cabin pattern right now for $29.99 with service for 4, the same price Bill paid. Cabin dinnerware Bill got me service for 12. The coffee cups hold 2 full cups of liquid. The bowls hold a whopping 3 cups. It's great to grab a big cup of coffee and stare out the window at the birdfeeder's this time of year. I just googled Scott Zimmerman Dinnerware, and it looks like Cabela's also has Whitetail, Moose and Elk patterns available.




9 comments:

Shellmo said...

These would be perfect in my Loon's nest! :-)
Great plates! I'm still on the hunt for a Loon shower curtain.

Denise said...

Thanks Shelley...I'll help you look. I remember a while back I saw a homemade loon shower curtain. I think it was around $130.00. Yep, one hundred and thirty or so dollars. I'll hunt around for you too.

Dian said...

You will need to tell Shellmo about your shower curtain and toilet seat cover...Mom

Denise said...

Yes Mom, that is your new adopted daughter, by the way.

Shellmo said...

Please let me know what time to be there for christmas dinner!
:-0

Denise said...

Shelley, she's a 'snowbird' in Florida for the winter, about a hour west of Disney World, she makes a good turkey! ;)

Farm Chick Paula said...

Oh my goodness, those are gorgeous!!
Cabela's has the neatest stuff... I saw some rooster flatware in the new catalogue and I hope Santa brings me some! LOL

Denise said...

Paula, my Mom loves rooster stuff too! I hope you get what you want for Christmas.

Harvest Moon Homestead said...

WE have those exact dishes. And you are in luck they are still being made. Have you ever heard of Fleet Farm? That is where we got ours. On sale for $15