Wouldn't it be fun to have a grouping of these in your yard? I would always be looking for leprechauns or fairies amongst them!
While in Warrenton we found a man that made the old timey kind of cotton candy. He made this huge bouffant of a candy right on the spot, spun sugar coating his hands and arms while he made this melt-in-your-mouth treat!Fiesta Ware as far as the eye could see....
Pretty metal flowers that would go so well with the colorful toadstools. Can anyone see a theme for my garden growing?!?! I betcha I could KEEP these flowers alive through freezes and Texas summers!
This looks like a cool space to rest and smell the herb garden. Just don't put your nose to close to that cactus! And I just LOVE old bicycles---the turquoise color is gorgeous and the banana handle bars...Remember those?
Who wouldn't want some cute little goats in their yard???.....plus they wouldn't eat a thing!
Gliders always catch my attention and this one is in particularly good shape. They remind me of evenings on the back porch with my grandmother.
Ahhhh, Junk Gypsy....a favorite booth to shop. It would be a hoot to ride around town in THIS pink suburban.
The most ginormous metal rooster I've ever seen! He would go great in my fake barnyard....right along side the goats, flowers and toad stools.
More gliders and chairs for outdoors.....with a good scrubbing and a coat of paint these would be beauties.
Ahhh, WARRENTON......I love you!!!!!!! See you again in October.