Well, I certainly could grant her wish.
We all jumped into my brother's truck and off we went.
I had a list, and except for wire baskets, I found most of the items.
A brass cricket box.
This adorable child's hanger.
A Texas Fruitcake Co. tin depicting some history.
I was very interested in what was inside.
The top was sealed shut with grime.
Finally it released.
Inside some vintage button cards, buttons and spools.
Snow skiing buttons!
I am picturing a ski sweater.
When we arrived home, I unloaded everything from my brother's truck and put it all in the Blazer before the rains came.
Could have used lots more.
Kerosene can and an aluminum basin.
Out of buckets.
Found four tucked under a table.
A small purple ladder.
A slightly larger painting ladder.
A tall, distressed, splintery ladder.
It has rungs on one side and steps on the other.
I'd take the ladder apart to use both sides on the wall.
A family portrait before taking extreme baths and being tagged and dragged to the booth.
While walking around Riverfront Antique Mall, I found this 1951 Wise Potato Chip tin in great condition for a low price.
Could not resist.
So far not much advertised for hunting this weekend.
I cannot promise not to shop - I might sneak some junkin' in sometime.
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