Thrifty Finds

We had a wonderful adventure this past weekend involving a little road trip, good food, good company and some great thrifty shopping. 

What could be better, right?

We got to visit this little shop and see all of this:

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a Junker's haven!

At this same shop, we found some very

fancy recipes

in this vintage cookbook

(just look at chef on the cover – we’ve named him Fred
I think he highly recommends that potato salad!)

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within this delightful little book, 
check out the corndogs beautifully displayed poked into a head of lettuce:

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and the beanie weanie surprise 
{of course - in pinwheel formation}

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we were rolling with laughter in the aisle!

Like I said…very, very fancy

other delightful images:

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this is MY kinda store!

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we also did some wonderful garage sale-ing

some of the goodies I snagged and have plans for:

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admired some of the cottages and sprouting gardens along the
garage sale path as we strolled:

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Love this path:
lj!

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Have a great rest of your week!

Chat soon –

NORTHERN COTTAGE
(click here to go to Northern Cottage blog home)

10 comments:

  1. I love the locker baskets and all the small junk items. Fantastic!

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  2. such lovely photos,,I love wicker,,its always a joy to come and see whats new here,,

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  3. What fun! That place looks like heaven!

    I have quite a few of my mom's old Better Homes and Gardens cookbooks... they are pretty entertaining and I love the old pictures!

    ~Chris

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  4. I love those kind of trips and that is one cool store!
    And the cottage gardens are very pretty!
    Cindy

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  5. Wow, so many amazing things! Looks like a great store!!!
    Love all your pictures!
    -emily

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  6. I remember this house! I this is where I got the cement floral thingie. I popped into the back yard (w/ permission)...did you see it? total and complete rock fountain? fabulous.
    xo Jeanne.

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  7. what a delightful post and I so want to visit this place!!!!!
    Glad I found your blog!

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  8. Thanks for showing all those junkin' goodies. I always have to laugh at those old cookbooks and the pictures they show. What were they thinking?? Looks like you had a great weekend! Ann

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  9. Oh cute indeed!

    Thank you for taking me along and for linking up!

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  10. I like the locker baskets and that big bin of old pool and crochet balls. I'm imagining what I would do with them.

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