Here's the trolley...
what do you think? just imagine it "all dressed-up"
I would have been devastated if someone else had nabbed it
while we were in the process of hiring the trailer (not to mention in big trouble with my husband!) Do you think this could be a sign that I have some sort of psychological problem? Or would you have done the same thing?
Remember these things sell for upwards of $1500 in fancy up-market vintage shops...
So there we were driving around, trailer attached, looking like professional scroungers (slightly embarrassing btw) when we also spotted these and because we had a trailer to fill, this stuff came home too
crate of old jars...wonderful vases for parties?
and look... bonus pickled chillis
NO! we will NOT eat these!
And I was thrilled to find this old filing "thingy"
wonderful vintage storage
it even has the original Dymo tape labels attached
look...country towns of W.A. except for Rockingham and
Mandurah, they are almost part of Perth now.
This made it home too
an old game fishing seat with a wonderful stainless steel
base...it just needs a minor repair to its upholstery.
Only one op-shop find today...vintage Sombrero's
souviners from Yanchep Sun City, a failed 70's tourism developement North of Perth. I love these. They've even got pom-poms Loo!
King Neptune...a "relic" from the good old days
So do you think I've got a problem??? Be honest!
Before I share today's tea towel I want to show you the lovely surprise my beautiful big girl Adelaide gave to me yesterday
wasn't I lucky...
love the muted colour palette and sweet little owl
And now here's the tea towel