Last Sunday we went to a few new antique shoppes and a little drive in the country. We found this wonderful antique mall out near Estacada called The Barton Antique Mall. It's our kind of place...filled with lots and lots and lots!
This little gal was pretty cute sitting in this little high chair.
I love little metal toy kitchen items and saw this little stove way back in the corner. The price was good but no place to put it, so was able to pass it up.
I thought my friend LaVonne would like this little lamb and the cow...perfect for the farm girl.
I found this little basket of dollies interesting. Some were from other countries and some were just cute!
A little red white and blue for the Memorial Day weekend.
You know this little linen caught my eye...tea time!
Poor baby got locked in the case!
I was really tempted to buy this little metal phone..toys are my weakness.
After we made a stop at a shoppe in Oregon City, we drove out to Aurora. Some of the shoppes were having a sale. I spotted this little wooden barn in a booth and fell in love with it! So did Jim. It was screaming at us....take me home, take me home!!!!
The little sign above the door reads Red Robin Farm. We looked it up and they were made the late 1800-early 1900's in Massachusetts.
I just love that both doors open on a little metal sliding track. There are 3 stalls inside for some little animals. This is a keeper!
We both found some fun items for resale too.
I don't think I can sell the metal teapot! I really love these little metal dishes.
I will be keeping these sweet notecards too. Don't you think they are perfect for a quilter?
This is an interesting little wooden piece. The drawer opens and the top has been woodburned into the box. It is dated 1036.
I adore this wooden shelf! It's so different and will look good in Jim's booth. The little winder is for fishing line.
Jim's been picking up small metal horns. Can't you just see them with a bit of Christmas greenery maybe with a red bow?
Jim's last find was a Bennington pitcher. He loves this color and I'm not sure if this one will be staying at the Colantino home or not!
It was really a fun day for us both. We sure were happy and thankful with our wonderful finds.