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Junk For Joy

Monday, February 17th, 2014

On Saturday I drove up to My Favorite Junk Shop.

I thought it was warm but by the time I got to Hopkinsville the sun was behind the clouds and the wind was blowing!

That didn’t keep me from junkin’.

 

junk tools

The shop is slowly being organized and spruced up.

They haven’t made it to this bin yet.

I can’t wait to see what goodies are buried there.

I usually just scan the top because I don’t want to cause an avalanche of rusty tools.

 

brown bottles

bottles and more bottles

 

ceramic dog

looking a little out of place

 

 

framed prints

framed photos

 

green and yellow wood car

Since my favorite color combo is green and yellow I couldn’t pass up the little wood wagon/toy thingie.

 

 

junk hardware

assorted hardware

 

junk shopping

The windows just keep piling up.

 

salt and pepper

salt and pepper sets…or singles

 

 

tables for painting

I purchased the two matching end tables but left the kids table behind.

 

wood twin bed

I threw the twin headboard and footboard, plus rails I,n the back of the truck also.

So far no one guessed which piece I was in love with on Thursday’s vintage rotary dial telephone post.

It was the surveyors tripod. I love the bright colors.

May be going back for it!

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13 Responses

  1. shelley says:

    wow…what a great place! and I hope when you go back for the tripod, it’s there!! I call that a “pink plate moment” years ago my sis saw a pink depression cake plate…she decided to wait…well when she went back…gone……my other sister finally found one on eBay for her…but that took 2 years or so….so when I see something I ask myself…will this be a pink plate moment?? lol

  2. Marti says:

    I check in here every day, I WISH I had access to such a great picking place!! What a treasure trove!!!
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  3. chris aka monkey says:

    i so wish we had something even close to that here you be lucky xx

  4. April says:

    How DO you decide what to buy at that place? I could stay in a place like that for DAYS! Love it!

  5. Hokey Petes, woman, I want to go there! Wow is all I can say to all of those rusty tools and stuff! No wonder it’s your favorite junk place! lol
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  6. Beverly says:

    Oh, I would love that kids’ table! May have to take a road trip!

  7. Linda Petersen says:

    I agree with the other girls~~~what an awesome place! I would be there for days too :0)! Would love to dig into that huge pile of stuff & I would love the kid’s table too. I’m starting to feel dizzy~~~! Have fun this week.
    Xo, Linda

    Ps. Shelley, I have to borrow your “pink plate moment” for future use~~too cute.

  8. Jillco says:

    What do you do with all these item that you restore? Do you have your own store?

  9. Tami Toppen says:

    I would love to root around in that place! A real dream! Love the two matching end tables you found! That was a great find!

  10. Donna Wilkes says:

    Wow and wow! My heart is beating so fast at the sight of all this rusty, crusty treasure. I would have to spend a week there – and bring a semi!
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  11. Valery says:

    Can you share where your favorite junk store is? I’m moving to the area in a couple of months and I’m so excited to go junkin!

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