Let me go back... we stopped in Plano, Texas to teach a couple of classes at the Stamp Asylum and it was wonderful being with all my Texas pals.
Upon finishing my last class on Tuesday afternoon, my junking buddy Mary and I gassed the truck and headed south to Warrenton, Texas - the pre Round Top show. We made our way down the darkest 2 lane road I've ever traveled, up, down and around the hills to arrive late night.
In our stash of ceiling tins is a selection of pieces from a bank in Racine, Wisconsin that was robbed by John Dillinger in 1933. They will become part of the structure for our new vintage room.
I had to purchase the MUSE head for Mary's early early Christmas.
Just can't pass up petting the puppies.
We stopped at Reba's for lunch and this was the ladies room sink.
Antique Time Clock
Our trailer load at the end of day 2, but there is still room for more.
Notice the head peeking out in the back row?
Another sweet pooch.
Mary had never been to a Whtaburger so we had to make a stop for the return trip.
As if we didn't have our fill of junking, we headed to Hutchinson, Kansas early Sunday morning for the Antique Bottle and Postcard Show. Between all of these markets, I've gathered enough things and ideas for 4 new classes. More to come...