Several years ago, I came across a post on Facebook of a gypsy wagon. I envisioned myself traveling in this wagon and doing readings. I knew I just had to have one!
The pull of that wagon was so strong, and I knew just the person who could help. I called my father-in-law Bill, who built houses, and asked if he could help my husband John build me one. He said absolutely, just get him some plans.
I was so excited! I began my search for the perfect gypsy wagon design, along with the trailer to build it on so I could take it on the road. It took a couple of years of planning, building, and decorating, but I finally had my wagon!
The wagon made its debut appearance at the summer festival held at the Stonington Vineyards in Stonington, CT. The Bewitched wagon has been there every year since, for both the vineyard’s summer and fall festivals.
I have traveled to other festivals with it and it’s definitely a labor of love. You can find my wagon on the lawn at my shop, Bewitched of Scituate when you visit. If you want to check it out, just ask when you visit the shop. Did I mention it has a fireplace, a bed, benches, and a table and chairs to sit at for a reading?