Saturday, February 20, 2010

Cold tired feet and treasures

When hubby and I are on the road you never know where we might pull in. We always have to leave plenty of ramblin time in our schedules! Some of the places of memory from our trip....

Cotton City Antique Mall, Mobile AL.. small world ran into someone that had lived in Iowa City. A nice Antique Mall was fun roaming the many rooms.

Down the road we found a really big antique

We decided to stay put and tour the USS Alabama a must see if you are in the area!
It's full of treasures!!


Gateway Antiques 4103 Cloud Springs Road, Ringgold, GA
a huge place with some awesome furniture and lots of good stuff..I found a teal blue tin wind up clock.


Down the road in Chattanooga we spent all of our time at one store...the front was very deceiving it was huge and full of treasures




We had no trouble finding treasures here....Hubby was in silverware heaven..I spent just about as much as him on my treasures!
love my chippy old light and these were her grandpa's snuff tins.

As we crossed the back roads of TN we came across
This used to be a barn and wandering around looking at all the treasures and architecture was fantastic!
I found this old sales rack

an awesome deal on these


This last place we had visited before but, with all the traveling we do I had forgotten about it until we saw the signs outside of St Louis...St Mary, MO

this place is huge it was a school at one time. It will take quite awhile to see it all--if you are looking for something you will find it here!






All of our treasures
as well as us home safe and sound

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