Teddy watching for her Dada to bring her an Egg McMuffin.
Gorgeous shaker boxes....sorry for the blur! Click on any of the photos to enlarge them.
I am such a sucker for Raggedy Ann and Andy's.
These signs were in the antiques tent.
An old crocheted baby's dress.
Yellow ware dogs.
This Yellow ware is also called spongeware and this type is called seaweed. It is highly collectible and very expensive. The pitcher on the top right cost 650.00.
I wish I had a place for these shutters. And the bench.
I didn't notice these bread boards until I posted this pic. I would have come home with one if I had. Nice butter churn too.
This guy sells hickory bark syrup which I love. He makes it the same way it was made by the Native Americans.
Is this guy buying popcorn to feed his lemur? Click for a better look.
On the way home we spotted another Amish buggy. Look how cute these kids are.
If you click to enlarge this photo you will see something hanging in the buggy which was a big surprise to me. What is it with kids these days?!!! ( You have to really enlarge this to see it but they have fuzzy dice hanging in the buggy! )
And look who is coneless!!!!
She sure is a happy girl!
It is as if nothing ever happened.
Cone? What cone?
So that is what you look like mama! I can see so much better now!