Olive Out and Joe Out invited me to come early.
She had already started me a stack.
I took the whole load directly to the booth, tagged everything I wasn't keeping.
And headed homeward.
These two were made for each other and are sitting on the front porch.
The trellis has had a makeover.
The crates tagged.
Bought two ladders but one sold as I was bringing it in.
This little cutie is still available.
Sometimes being bottomless can be a good thing.
Like this distressed bird cage.
I passed this sweet pink chair by two years ago and dreamt of it ever since.
First Olive was selling it and then not.
This time when she decided to sell it, I snatched it up.
Olive included the ticking pillow and the hooked chair pad.
While arranging the items in the two booths, I turned the corner of the aisle to spy these two beauties.
Copper rain spouts from an old building.
Going in the new kitchen as shelves.
Stopped by SPCA Thrift Store to find a 50% off sale going on.
Bought this ghostly dresser for Chuck.
No, it's not floating - it was upside down in the truck.
An old military dresser - for the quartermaster. (Stamped on the back.)
Except for dirt, this white Samsonite train case is in great condition.
A pair of badminton rackets in a double press.
A Bessie Pease Guzmann print.
On Tuesday I dropped back by the thrift store to find another 50% off sale.
A tin chicken with an egg cart.
English tea tin.
Carved wood Santos figure - keeper.
This sweet dresser.
You will find out about her makeover soon.
If you don't like rats, don't read the post!
See the pink chair hanging out in the yard?
She does not stay out there.
Just use her for photo background.
Big frame with a photo of a house.
I have no idea where I bought it.
My neighbor had a sale.
I bought this beautiful mirror to sell.
And this tall white one.
Keeper - for the new kitchen.
We are still boxing up stuff to move out.
We have about two more weeks to get the areas being renovated cleared.
I am trying to restrain myself from buying stuff ahead of time, but cannot resist.
Tomorrow you can see Horror Monster's makeover - it's dramatic!
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