|Need to figure out what to do with the seat|
|He weighs about 1000 lbs|
So as we left the first sale we put the address for the second sale into the GPS and off we went. Believe it or not we could not find the second sale. The GPS had us right on top of it but all we saw was a Church. We rode up and down that road two or three times and finally decided that the GPS was wrong or we had put in the wrong street number. We did eventually find the sale (thank goodness because it was a hoarding delight). We were overwhelmed with the basement in this house, there was so much junk and we love nothing better than digging through tons of junk. I found some vintage Christmas items, two old laundry baskets, and some old marquee letters. Upstairs I found a vintage planter and some beautiful vintage sheets, pillow cases, and aprons. There was a little bit of disappointment as I really wanted the chandelier in the entry way (one of the most beautiful ones I have ever seen) but they were not selling it (I asked twice). Mom bought an old typewriter table and we paid and then tried to figure out how we were going to get all of this in her car. We had to completely unload and reload the car but we did finally get it all in there.
|My basket full of Sunshine!|
|I really love these|
|I found two of these laundry baskets.|
Needless to say, we did not make it to the thrift stores, we were exhausted after unloading and reloading the car. So we just headed on home with our treasures.
If anyone is a Fiesta expert I could use some help identifying the color of the green Fiesta I bought. There are several greens that were made and I think this is medium green but I am not sure.
More photos here on our Facebook.
Hope you all had a fabulous weekend and found beautiful treasures.
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