On my list of things that I would like to achieve is, get up early enough to arrive at an estate sale, so I can be number one, but if I were number one, I would have a hard time deciding where to go first and the number two, three, and four people would run over me. At Saturday's estate sale, very unusual to have an estate sale during a holiday weekend, my sister and I were twenty five and twenty six. Exactly at 9:00 A.M the first ten people were let in, five minutes later ten more were called to go inside. Our numbers will be called soon, and our group will be going in. I took a peek through the window to see if the picture I like has been snatched up by someone, to my surprise it's sitting on the table. They call our numbers I rush to the print it's selling for $125.00. I am unable to take it home with me.
This is the print I like but couldn't afford.
This house was jammed packed with stuff and my sister and I had a great time looking, poking around, and wishing that we could afford some of these items. I was able to find some things that I really liked.
This is a small perhaps child sized metal stool I almost didn't see the chair.
The chair was all covered up with stuff. By the way, I have buyers
remorse because I didn't buy the wire basket and tray.
My first Dansk pot I almost missed this too.
Do you see the pot hidden under the other enamel pans?
I like the flowers on this FireKing loaf pan.
I have no ideas what these scissors are used for.
I like how they look and feel in my hand.
A small wooden cheese box.
A magnifying glass, I am sorry to say that I have come
to that point in my life where I sometimes need to use one.
This little pinecone elf has such a sweet expression,
but Santa seems scary.
I thought during the long cold, snowy winter months
in Wisconsin I could learn how to braid a rug.
Can't wait to see what everyone else found thrift shopping.
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