What was interesting is, that as 'junky' (in a good way) as it was, the junk was pretty well organized. I mean, if you are looking for kerosene lamps, camp lanterns, decorative plates, lamps, scales (like pictured above), black panthers (not kidding), elephants, etc......there is an entire booth (sometimes more, sometimes less) dedicated to it. What struck me too while wandering the aisles, how many years did it take to establish such 'collections'!
They had lots of great mirrors
Snow shoes anyone? Would these be great for a lake house or what?
Great chandys too, I wanted to take this one home.
I'm pretty sure it was made out of resin, but it looked like carved wood, it would be a great piece for an entry or hall. So pretty.
Love that amber glass one on the right...
Lamps. Very cool.
Look at these license plates, it was crazy how many!
Logan taking a break in front of a fan, poor kid!
Keegan playing with an old "Colorburst 250" Polaroid camera (they had a camera section :). Cameras of yesterday.............
Some of the decorative plates
Brass and silver section.
Here was one shelf of the owl section...not quite the type I like though. ;)
Lots and lots of stuff!