This is what I bought at the Main Street Shoppes in Westfield. Kathy and I bought different scented wax melts and trade each other three. LOL. We can sure penny pinch. :) I did buy some local honey from the area. This is all we bought from the big two story antque/fleamarket building.
Here's more of the inside. I thought this was bit creepy ....now to some it may be a treasure. A stuffed raccoon , he looked very old .
Fishing lures and books. I like looking at these.
Oh my, this old radio took me back in time. My parents owned one of these, although it did not have the record player in it. But it was just as big a piece . when I think about all that country music my parents listened to....you know we were never allowed to change the station either.
The lady that became our landlady, way back when I was 10, had one of these. It was an awesome polished Victrola.
Do any of you remember these pull down maps from school? Whole new world now.
One of these was always in our Christmas dreams while growing up. A shiny new bike. Never happened. After Kathy and I walked thru the entire two levels of this store we left and drove to Carmel. It's a town south of Westfield.
It's what I call an artsy community. This is the outside of one of the buildings. We were sitting on a bench in a wee bit of a resting park, drinking coffee.
All thru the town are statues of people in everyday poses, looking kind of real. I am sitting on the same bench as this one. My daughter Kathy is just past him taking a shot of me. I saw little kids really looking this man over. LOL.
We went to another place to shop(look around) . :):) It was called Favorite Finds, Inc. On Rangeline Road. I did buy this little milk bottle. I will use it as a vase. Sorry I did not take photos. I always ask before taking pictures in any store...and the proprietor was at the back of this business. She did tell the history of the building, which I loved. The front looked like a small house from the road....but it went on and on, in the back. Full of consignment things...some very old and some very ritzy. The lady said the house was once where a doctor lived, then it was bought and a restaurant and bar where built on the back. That explained the building going on after the first few rooms. Kathy and I plan to go back.
I have to tell all of you, it was 61 degrees yesterday and suppose to get to 64 today. Then it will be in the 50's for a few day. I am calling this Indian Summer....we better enjoy every bit of this. Ted is golfing today. Wishing all of you a sweet day. XO