Our new bird feeder, from Larry & Juanita. Getting ready for the upcoming snowstorm... due to blow in tomorrow afternoon! Sooooo-eeeeee!!! Yo, birds! Come & get-it!
Larry drove Juanita & me around today to the junque shops! This lamp has a hole that was carefully punched out in the glass globe, for pouring in the oil, and it has a hand carved wooden plug. Yes, it will be on its way to Arkansas. Velma, owner of the antique shop, gives Larry some information. Or maybe instructions?
This delicate looking lamp has a solid iron base. It's not going to tip over!
Gloom, despair... and agony on me (from an older-than-me friend)
The horseradish/onion dip is delish. and the skyy's the limit. No goom, despair or agony here! Samantha made this one
It's been a great day!
Juanita and I went geocaching, then met up with Grant, Dev, Sam and Cam and went to lunch. After that we went antiquing, and geocaching again! Treasures all day long.
This was a "micro", Juanita spotted it "sticking out like a sore thumb". It was wet inside, so we turned up the heater and dried it out. Everybody who signs the logs has a code name. Some of them are quite funny.
This next cache wasn't intended for short people! But Juanita dug it out anyway. We took a travel bug rooster, and left the travel bug elephant that I had picked up in Las Vegas, and a little deck of playing cards.
Cam took the string of "bling", and we left the travel bug rooster, and a sling shot airplane.
Cameron got busy with mathmania while the rest of us roamed through the goodies in the antique mall. Samantha found a tractor she just couldn't live without. It's a little small, don'tchathink?
B & W tv... does double duty as a monitor for the parking lot. Those're our rigs out front!
I don't think this MANnequin is wearing the right outfit. Sure caught our attention, though.
Now, THAT's a pair of readers!
Bread dough maker. Grant wants it! Elaborate tractor with bearings for wheels. Smooth!
If I didn't already have one, I'da picked this up.
If I didn't already have one... This is cast iron. What about cold weather... This is probably the most exotic, unusual thing I've ever seen, anywhere. Except for maybe this.