Monday, April 13, 2009

Old TownTemecula Part II

The farmer's market is located amidst blocks and blocks of antique shops. Whoohoo!
Although updated, you can still see the remnants of the old west.

These antiques are a little too upscale and pricey for my taste and pocket book.

I love the patina of old silverware. I've got quite a collection now for my tea parties, so I'd better not. They're still pretty to look at, though.

Just like my dd, I'm just like a kid in a candy shop when I'm antiquing.

She does remarkably well for a 4 year old surrounded by breakables!

Time for a lunch break at Rosa's Cantina. They've got incredible pollo asado plates.

Now this is more my speed. I got a lot of inspiration at this shop.

I love this little settee that was created from an old crib. I still have my children's white crib and I can't bear to part with it. Maybe I can find a place for it in my guest room.

My favorite - a teapot topiary!

Hope you enjoyed the tour. Till next time!



June said...

Your pictures look so abundant. I can feel the happiness when you took it.

What a wonderful life!


Rose Haven said...

How beautiful!!! I love antiquing, too!

On the 16th...for the Tea Party, make sure you stop by our Blog and link up using Mr. Linky.

(I had considered cancelling our Tea Party, because we've been away, but I will host it anyways. I'll put up some of our Tea Party "pretties" from Tea Parties past!!)

See you then!


Kim @ Manning Family Tree said...

I found your blog from your Tablescape Thursday post. In looking over your blog it looks like you must live in Temecula or near there. I live in Menifee. I love going to Old Town Temecula but don't get to go as often as I would like. I didn't even know they had a Farmers Market on Saturday mornings. I'll have to go sometime. I love eating at Rosa's Cafe. I'll be signing up to be one of your followers as I loved everything I've seen on your blog so far.

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