We start in Summerville go to Ladson go to North Charleston and back.
It had been raining buckets all week so we decided to avoid the Charleston area - the streets flood and you have to wade.
Leia found an original Ronald McDonald from the 1960's, but wa-a-a-a-y out of our price range.
This was in the back room of Antiques & Artisans Village.
Visit Antiques & Artisans Village at the web- site HERE.
Just to prove I did not buy every rusty drawer at Vintage South.
Visit the Vintage South website HERE.
Buckets of cotton mill shuttles.
Boxes and shelves of casters of every size and shape.
I forgot to buy some casters.
Look for this sign on Gum Street to find rust nirvana.
I took you to their sister store Peach Festival Gardens in Gilbert, SC. (Facebook HERE!)
Remember the big giant hand? (Read post HERE!)
I have forgotten the name of this mall - it was in an old house in Summerville and moved to a larger commercial building.
Nothing in the raw here - everything beautifully painted or refinished.
However most of the prices were reasonable.
Thanks, B Micheau! The name of the shop is Simply Vintage.
See their FB page HERE!
I swear I have turned this photo so many times my head is swimming.
I did however have to show you this creepy, taller than I am, Miss Bunny.
I gave her a kiss and put her back.
She did not have rusty drawers.
We ended up at Matt's for delicious burgers.
One chili cheeseburger and one mushroom Swiss melt. We halved them to share.
Can't wait to go Low Country Crawlin' again.
If you are in the area, I would be glad to send you places to go.
Use this discount code to receive 10% off your purchase at the Distressed Donna Etsy store:
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