It’s really nice to go junkin’ somewhere different. I have always wondered if the treasures would be similar, the prices higher or lower, and if the hours varied. While I took to junkin out of state, I discovered that most items were comparable, though I did happen to notice there were more antiques than I normally find in Phoenix. As far as the hours go, those too were about the same. Prices were always negotiable. I had a blast hitting the 400 mile garage sale in Kentucky with good friends. Here are a few pics of the hunting grounds there and some of the items that made me empty my pocketbook.
Just the beginning. The road “well”-traveled…
Displaying the wares along the highway. My favorite “junkyard” of the day. Many treasures, soooo many choices, too little time, a bit of heat…
And a whole lot of rust.
Here you go ’round and ’round. Shoulda, but I didn’t.
More is more and so on…as far as the eye can see.
Bits and pieces.
Up close and personal.
The big score…
And just like that day was over. Honestly, I wanted to start all over again. I never wanted it to end. And today, I have the “if only” or “I wish I woulda’s” but I am happy with everything I got. And next week, I am on to a new state with fresh possibilities…Stay tuned.