I could drive there, but I couldn't tell you the name of the neighborhood.
I can tell you this - It was their first ever organized citywide sale.
Which means we were there faster than you can say;
"Grande white mocha, please."
Yes. We went insane.
It was like we had magic wands of garage sale happiness.
Plus, the neighborhood was drop dead gorgeous.
Oops. I found another suitcase. It was $2.
(sheesh. like I could leave it behind.)
Lucky me - I had a volunteer to carry it.
There was bits and pieces. Some picking and patience.
We were cool, calm and collected as we made our way thru over 30 sales.
We were down right giddy in the car though.
Because we scored stuff like this:
That little camera up there?
Um...... wait for it..............50 cents.
The cool door knocker, I had only seen this 'hand' style recently.
When we stumbled upon it..the gal wanted $10. I offered $8. Sold!
Below, The army trunks.
Super cool. Seriously fabulous. Completely had us at hello.
Linda bought one, I bought the other.
Last but not least.
The crazy bunch of furniture was found at ONE sale. You will soon see it 'shuzzed' and tweaked and in the Carriage House Sale at the end of the month. Soon!
It took us 2 trips back to Minneapolis to get it.
We rewarded our tired selves with Mocha Frappe's.
I told you it was fabulous.
We're still in shock.