Left bright and early this morning to hit the yard, estate and garage sales and the first couple were a bust, then we drove miles out in the country to a sale that doesn't open until tomorrow (need to read the ads better). So, off we drove into town, to a apartment complex for senior citizens....O.K....score!
A closer view of the Puget Sound/Seattle area. The map does not show roads but does show counties and cities and detailed topography.
The map, which is in remarkably good shape, was produced by the Dept. of Public Works of Washington in 1928! The price........$5.00, I love it!
At the same sale, I purchased this print of the train depot in Tacoma signed by Paul N. Norton, a well know watercolorist. At another sale, I feed my lust for flowerpots and bought this blue beauty.
Also, picked up some post cards from 1936 where two people were playing chess by mail, how fun is that.
I say in yard/garage sale shopping "you have to kiss a lot of frogs" but once in a while you have a really good day and find "prince charming". That's what makes it fun.
I'm off the join the Friday Garage Salen Partay, please join me.