This is some of the junk in the shop down town. I just thought I would love to go back and see how much those bakers racks cost. I would love one on the porch. Of course I would have to tie it to the rails so it would not blow over in a storm out here.
Living in the country, the winds are more fierce. So I have learned to tie, nail, weigh it down, or lose it. The first storm we had when we moved here, I found someone garden flag. It had blown from the neighbors yard. Wind is not so good on recycling day .
Hope you are having a pretty day. The sun is out now, but storms are being predicted for this evening. Enjoy today. XO
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I just saw a bakers rack on the cub! Someone was giving it away, I wish you were close, lol, its pouring here!ReplyDelete
Laurie, If I lived closer ...we would be painting owls. :):) We I see things on the curb..i tell Ted ,"slow down so I can see what that is" he laughs and drives on. If I were by myself I might stop and pick it up LOL. The first time I ever did that, I saw a sheet of lattice and put it in my truck and tie it down and away I went. There was a"free" sign on it. xoxo,SusieDelete
I used to have a really nice bakers rack and I gave it to Jess. I don't think she has it any more either. I laughed when you said tie, nail, weigh it down, or lose it. You crack me up sometimes, Susie.
Sheri, LOL it's the truth. :):) I am thinking...maybe ted could just make a top shelving, for the little table I have on the porch...make it of wood and it may weigh too much to blow away. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
I am loving all the blue bottles on the baker's rack.ReplyDelete
I have a rickety baker's rack on the side of the house holding beach buckets. The only problem is the dust that accumulates outside that I don't think to dust until it is unsightly.
Oh Carol, I know the dust you are talking about. I see it on the window sill here and I clean it when I think too. I have seen house on busy streets that have dirt(more than dust) on their siding. I do not understand why people do not wash their siding. You would love the little Treasure place in the next town. The lady has all her glass ware color coordinated. She has greens, blues, reds, and pink and even a shelf of lavenders.:) xoxo,SusieDelete
Last summer, even GA had some wild wind. Our neighbors porch chairs and child's playhouse blew into our yard.ReplyDelete
You know what's really scary??? seeing those trampolines air born. It's like flying saucers. My daughter lost a patio umbrella once.xoxo,SusieDelete
Hi Susie. I have always wanted a baker's rack on the back porch. We do get some windy days in the dead of winter and there is a redwood tree about 100 feet tall right behind us and I go to bed on those nights thinking bad thoughts!..Happy Tuesday..JudyReplyDelete
Judy, You sound like me. We have a 45 foot hickory tree in front of our house and if it goes, it will probably fall on the house and make big damage. LOL It's 10:30 and a big storm with winds just went through our area. I always ask God to let any tree that has to fall, make it fall away from the house. It would be hard to escape a 100 foot redwood. I was thinking of that rack on the front porch, for a coffee bar when my sisters are here. :) Blessings for a great rest of this week. xoxo,SusieDelete
Those baker's racks are really tempting! xo NellieReplyDelete
Nellie , For the right price it will be hard to say no. LOL. Hope you had a great day. xoxo,SusieDelete
I like the bakers rack and the bottles on top too!ReplyDelete
If those bakers racks are cheap enough...they certainly could be painted to go with our décor on the porch.:):) xoxo,SusieReplyDelete
Well yesterday and today (Wednesday) have been both picture perfect. About 75 degrees with a cloudless sky.ReplyDelete
I'm a city boy but I love the country. If you travel outside of metropolitan Boston to the west, it's a totally different world. Little towns, little farms and rolling green hills. I wouldn't mind living there at all.