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A Weekend Full of Surprises

Hoarders, Hantavirus and Haunted buildings! That describes the people and places we went through this weekend! It’s a good thing we found some awesome treasures or it wouldn’t have been worth it.


Our Last Chance to Get Into This 100+ Year Old Building

Recently, Andy and I got permission to go inside this 100+ year old building that is scheduled to be torn down in the next few months. 39 more words


Book Review: Coronado's Children

I finished my first read-through of storyteller and folklorist J. Frank Dobie’s Coronado’s Children around mid-February and enjoyed it. I posted a review on another site but began a re-read of the first fourteen stories covering the Lost San Saba Mine to facilitate an on-going discussion relating to the historical James ‘Jim’ Bowie, his search for the San Saba, and the subsequent, and some say same find that came to also be known as the Bowie treasure mine. 336 more words


Vintage Signs

This vintage HOBO Kidney and Bladder Remedy sign is the neatest thing I’ve found lately. It’s from Singer, Louisiana dated 1917. These old advertising signs are getting harder and harder to find.



Picking in the Midwest

Nothing like treasure hunting in the midwest. The things I am finding here are true antiques. Next time I’m bringing my husband, a U-haul and lots of money!!!


Goodbye Junkin season...

On our way home from probably our last junking trip of the season. We’re bringing home a truck load of unique finds! Andy worked really hard while I took pictures and forked out the money! 8 more words



I went to Flea-o-logy this morning and had a fun time visiting with friends and admiring their cool junk. I found this wooden washboard and some vintage dye boxes with awesome graphics. 8 more words