On my way home from the Tides Inn, although I was in a hurry to make it to the kennel to get my dog, I managed to stop at a few interesting places.
All of the above photos are from a huge antique property, I cannot even call it an antique store, there was a house, a huge barn, 8 little out buildings, a chicken coop filled with antique fishing floats, a little barn filled floor to ceiling with chairs, and another couple of buildings. Now I will tell you that I went through this place at record speed because clearly I have seen too many scary movies in my lifetime, I was a little afraid there. I was the only person shopping on this huge piece of property and no one knew I was there, except for the sales lady.
As I was walking in this cavernous dark barn searching for treasures, and believe me I saw many, I realized that my phone was in the car, no one knew I was here and between the dark and the spiders my imagination went into overdrive. Anyway, I did buy the three floats I showed last week, and my fabulous well bucket here. I would love to go back but I have to go with someone. Treasure hunting is always more fun when you have someone to share it with and when you are not afraid that you are going to be locked into a barn.
These are the treasures I did get from here.
I hope you have a happy weekend. Be safe if you are in Louisiana, or in any way in danger from the flooding caused by the tropical storm churning in the Gulf. Water is a dangerous thing, don’t take any chances.