Last Friday, Paul and I went to the Brimfield, Mass antiques show/flea market. We try to go every year but missed last year. It is HUGE and really, you can’t see the whole thing in one day. But we put a good dent in it.
There was even a booth with baked goods!:
And “vintage” ’80s pants purses. Can you believe the ’80s are considered vintage???
And the winner for the booth that creeped me out the most:
There was lunch of course:
Paul’s “Gobbler” (aka: Thanksgiving on a roll) and my veggie wrap because the falafel place is now gone (SO. DISAPPOINTED.). And my first purchase of the day, a cast iron corn stick baker.
We also saw yarn!
This picture might be deceiving… these were actually huge cones with super bulky yarn on them. (No, I didn’t buy any.)
And we saw what we think was the filming of an episode of Flea Market Flip:
Other purchases included a light for the outside of the garage which I forgot to get a picture of. I also got two Fire King bowls to add to my blue collection:
And this wonderfully whimsical hummingbird garden stake made out of spoons!:
And on the way home there was this:
Lots more to tell you about the weekend, but it will have to wait until the next post. Hint: it involves yarn and knitting.