We met up at 9:45 and hit Starbucks for some fuel (thank you auntie Jeanette for the pumpkin spice latte and apple bran muffin!)
Tara scored this cute little white magazine rack. I think my mom had one similar to this, in a dark stain, when I was a kid.
My aunt is clutching her score of the day, a gorgeous cowhide rug. It was probably a 1/3 of the price it should have been.
Loading our treasures into the truck......we became quite proficient with a hand-truck. This industrial metal stand on wheels sold the minute we got it into the door of the shop!
That white chippy box? I bought two of them (they are bottomless) from a bee keeper and his son. I'm going to use them for display in All That Jazz Vintage.
After getting lunch, we hit two harvest sales. The first one was Pole Barn Primitives.
These ladies are only open 4 times a year and have the greatest things! Lots of rusty and chippy metals and woods.
I love old pails and water troughs!
I bought a white pumpkin and fall colored mums for my patio.
Tara bought this cute white table.
Love the patina on this old chair! The berries are fun, too.
The next stop was a similar harvest sale ran out of someone's home, The Country Shed. I did not take any pictures there but I got a great industrial white 3-shelved cart on wheels, gently rusted on the top, for $10! I am going to try to fit it someplace in my apartment.
After we left that harvest sale, our marathon day continued- we headed to the shop to unload and price our new treasures. Next time, I'll share photos of how it all turned out!!