Our next stop didn't disappoint. I knew, the minute I saw this red chair that there would be something at this sale that I would love! (And yes, I did consider buying the chair & reupholstering it, but every time I looked at it I heard the Red Queen yelling "Off with her head!")
I did however, think that this vintage folding table & chairs were so pretty! I loved the blue and the pretty floral pattern on the top! Perfect for a garden picnic!
For years I had wanted a vintage kitchen scale & when I asked the lady if she had one, she invited me in her house to see one that she had in her kitchen! Lucky for me it was for sale (she just hadn't had time to bring it out yet)! I also left with some pretty blue milk of magnesium bottles & a vintage table cloth.
I bet some guy that looked like the hunter from Jumanji killed him on a safari decades ago.
After the success from our last stop, we decided to just drive through the neighborhoods downtown and stop at yard sales we saw along the way. Some were full of junk, while others were full of yard sale awesomeness. One in particular was selling these chairs for a STEAL! Seriously, I had to hide my giddiness so the guy didn't think my offer was too low! I walked away with everything (vintage kitchen scale, table cloth, chairs, & a few other fun things) for LESS than $50! Yeah baby! I have BIG plans for these chairs!Our very last stop was at an old antique store downtown that was closing. Supposedly everything was 50-80% off, but everything was still WAY too expensive! Still, it was fun looking around...and a little creepy!
Brie and I were practically the only ones in the whole warehouse, and at one point, I had wandered away from where she was into this secluded, old area of the warehouse (probably in an area I shouldn't have been) and I got so creeped out! I was by myself and I swear I felt a sudden cold rush & the rocking chair next to me started rocking out of nowhere! Okay, so the chair didn't really move, but I stared at it, waiting for it to move! I mean honestly, with so many old things around, I was sure there were ghosts in there staying with their old belongings...*shudder*