I've been meaning to go back to the furniture store where I took the pictures for my Nancy Drew quilt. They'll be putting up Christmas decorations soon, so it was either this week or wait until after the first of the year. They've added so much stuff. I can't believe I got the original pictures without any new furniture in the background.
There's the porch I used for the quilt photos...and the double-decker bus...
I don't remember this truck piled high with junk. I'm almost sure it wasn't there before -- and now there are two of them. Teenage Son counted eighteen trucks in the building. And there are probably half a dozen airplanes.
Look at this little kitchen set. Doesn't that just make you want to play house?
Something about this arrangement makes me want to rescue these things, even though I know they're safe from harm and not really bound for the dump. Can you see the quilt just poking out from under the braided rug?
The Model T is in the middle of a pond with water gushing up out of the radiator.
This place is just as much fun as an antique store -- with no temptation to buy anything! I guess I'm supposed to be tempted by the new furniture, but who has eyes for that with so much neat stuff to take in.
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