Last Friday was the first day of the Peach Tree 23. I was late getting started and arrived in Ridge Spring at 11am. From there I headed toward Johnston.
Arrived back home at 2pm with the old coffin carrier filled.
I was so proud of myself - immediately unloading, cleaning a few things, painting a few things, and loading it back in the truck.
A pair of Atomic Age swivel stools in good shape - just cleaning.
A rusted, but sturdy, industrial cart.
I will be sanding and waxing this one.
I cannot pass up good luggage pieces.
A very tall ladder in great condition from the Anthropology Department of Hamilton College.
(It was written on both sides in black ink - they meant business about removing this ladder!)
About three feet in diameter - wrought iron - leaf pattern - distressed gold finish - mirror frame!!!
Already in my booth.
Two old bistro chairs and a wrought iron plant stand.
The rusty rake head and this metal wash stand I dug from under a porch.
I am hoping once I remove several of the layers of paint on the wash stand, it will once again fold.
However I have become slightly enamored of the yellow paint.
A precious pink baby shoe.
A rusted biscuit tin.
Old chick which matches the hen and chick sitting on my mantel.
I have not named her yet. Henrietta and Ruby have to throw their two cents in.
A Skotch Party Bucket and picnic jug.
Doe heads from the deer processing plant edge a garden.
Supposedly to repel deer in your garden.
So you can see the theme for this shopping day was RUST.
I had a different strategy for Saturday which I will post tomorrow.
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