Chucks and I packed both trucks and headed for the farm on Friday afternoon.
Heavy rain was predicted for Friday night so I only packed my tables, metal items, and square things.
We wrapped a gigantic tarp over the stack and tied it down with yards of rope.
It rained all night - poured down - almost two inches.
Packed up two more truck loads Saturday morning.
We arrived in a slight mist and overcast skies, but the sun came out.
The wind was gusting all day across the field you see in the background.
It was cool enough to wear a sweater.
In late May.
In the South.
I admit to being obsessed with colors and shapes when arranging my merchandise.
I really loved this spot and hope to get it next year.
A huge field behind with a peach orchard and a pine forest.
Under a oak tree.
Arranged in a V shape to invite customers in.
Olive from Olive Out came to sell a few things and to help out.
A big thank you!!!
SHHH! Do not tell her she found her way into a photo.
Had an assortment of items from small to large.
From $1 to $68.
From child to adult.
A little known fact: when Davy Crockett went to battle at the Alamo, he took his little red horse umbrella with him.
A collector of Crockett stuff had never seen one of these.
However no one bought it.
And it was cheap - $8 !!!
All the pictures were taken early - around 8:30 AM.
Storm clouds behind us - sun in front.
On the way home it was misting again, and we were too tuckered to unload.
Chucks invented the instant carport.
The idea served two purposes - it covered the entire pickup and the tarp dried out.
How did I do?
Well, we took four truck loads and returned with two large loads.
Here's a shot of the Blazer.
Here's a shot of the pick-up.
All items have been marked with their booth number and item number.
They are all available in either Booth W-10 or Booth C-23, Riverfront Antique Mall.
What I am up to next?
Rest and relaxation.
Thank you to the Magnolia Ridge Farm family for all the hard work! A job well-done.