Now that's concentration!
Crossing into Kentucky. The whole trip, I rode shotgun and did what I was told!
Beautiful! Notice how much greener it is than in Il.
This is three days worth of snuffling out antique shops! While fun, It' very time consuming. Also, most of the shops we found had wares from 30 years ago, but we did manage to buy most of the wire, metal and white stuff that they had to offer.
On Sunday, we set up to sell at the first antique show in Burlington, Kentucky. Thankfully the sun was out and the day was pleasant, but windy. Janice and I were pretty possessive about the treasures we worked so hard to find, hence we were stubborn about our prices. We really didn't want to sell much here, instead we wanted to save most of it for our people in Il. We took turns shopping and JUST managed to squeeze more into her van! More great stuff for home!
Home, Sunday evening!
In another post, there will be pictures and tales of our favorite town in Indiana and the sweet dealers we met there.
P.S. Mindy, we were like Thelma and Louise! We tore up the miles, screeched into every mall we saw, intimidated every and all, (especially Janice) power shopped, (especially Janice, she was always waiting for me), and we did all this with no weapons! HA!
Rosemary, we looked and looked for that french carved cupboard you wanted. We would have taken a picture of it for you, but we didn't see even one! So sorry!
P.S.S. There were some really hilarious moments on this trip! You would really have had to be there to appreciate the levity. So if you 're interested in hearing the stories, just mention the words "fire station"and "flying money" the next time you see us!