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!
NKJV Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible, a review
13 hours ago