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June 15, 2009

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Vicki K.

Such a treasure trove!

lily boot

your antiquing photos are the best thing I have looked at all morning - I'm taking the laptop out to the sun on the back porch so I can sit and soak up all that vintage china - lucky you being there in person!

cindy : quaint

it is a paradise i must avoid ;).

Christine

Wow! I could seriously empty my bank account in there. Absolutely fabulous!

Emily

Wow! How did you choose? There are so many beautiful pieces there....thanks for sharing....again, wow.....

Anna

I was so pleasantly surprised to see this booth that I recognized! I shop here all the time and have purchased vintage tablecloths that I adore! It's too bad it rained on you- it doesn't seem like it is ever going to stop!

caroline

oh i can't wait for my next road trip! thanks!

Brandi

Does he have a website? I live in Dallas, TX and can't EVER find stuff like this.

dani@little fists

My eyes popped out of my head and my mouth is literally watering. Wow. I am left speechless.

Kate

Woah woah woah visual overload...must.visit.this.place.

Jolly Caravan

I don't think I could cope with that store. I'd be hyperventilating just looking through the window.

brandeye

oh i love antique shops and flea markets. i'll have to take a trip and check the places out!

esther

OMG! This is amazing!

venta gorras

really beautiful project and great book! I remember when I was only little - my grandparents had two lovely crocheted wall decorations at home and can never forget that and I think that is one of the first things that made me want to crochet .
This series is a visual provocation. It said my soul, afraid or tempt me ... I like every part of your share.

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