Sunday, July 18, 2010

Lazy Days of Summer (antiquing ) cont'd


Here we are at Curry Mountain,
Haliburton .

We have the red 49 Ford P/U,
our friends drive the 50.
We are setting up for lunch. Take out the tablecloth, has to be cotton and the plates are melamine. I'm here you just can't see me.
I'm the one taking the pictures.

Remember those coca cola coolers, aren't they neat. My dh is in the red hat. They sure keep the food cold.
Our lunches were delicious. Green ice tea in the mason jar. Good idea to bring the watermelon. Skyline Park dedicated by Leslie M Frost Premier of Ontario. Look at this view of Haliburton Village. The fall is just as amazing with the leaves in full colour. We continue on our trip and come to a town called Gilert. Here is the barn that is full of antiques. Many to choose from. Washboards, china. What about that long harvest table all set for dining. Hutches, pie storage cuboards, ........................... too many to mention.

Well I guess you are wondering what treasures I brought home...

Can you believe it NONE. Mr DH could not believe it either... We arrived home in time for dinner. We had a splendid day.

Until next time...
Linda

5 comments:

  1. What! No buys! That's not like you Linda. You can usually find the best things on offer. Looks like it was a wonderful day regardless. Ann :-)

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  2. What, no purchases, Linda? I'm disappointed in you. *wink*

    Thanks for sharing your fun day out.

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  3. How fun! I can just feel the cool air.

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  4. Now that looks like a very fun day. I can't believe you didn't buy one thing.

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  5. I found it! LOVE YOUR PICK UP TRUCK!!!! I am so happy for you to have such a beautiful truck! Thank you for telling me about it. The picnic looks delicious. What a perfect day you must of had.

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