Wow! You really found a lot of treasures. I especially like the old metal bed I've never seen one with that half circle shape. It will be fun to see what you do with all your finds. Before I close this . . . one more thing . . . you look adorable in your cowgirl hat, that is a very good look for you.. Have a great weekend, Connie :)
Thank you Connie for your comment on my fab finds and compliment on my hat. My hubby bought that for me over 5 yrs. ago! (first year of marriage) I wear it from time to time and I wore it JUNKING that day. LOVE IT! ....Roxie
Morning Roxie, oh what fun, love your goodies,the bed, quilt, oh everything, lucky girl. Sure wish I could be there to,Blessings Francine.
Hi Roxie,Wow you got alot of really neat treasures. I did that 127 flea market some years back and it was so so much fun. The people and all the great finds Wooooo Hoooo!!Love your blog. Please come over sometime and visit mine. junkchiccottage.blogspot.comKris
Looks like you found lots of stuff! What do you do with it all?I like the little chest thing you found! Nice find! The type writer reminds me of The Watlons John Boy typing away!
Hi Roxie!!! What fun and goodies you brought home!! So glad you had a fabulous time!! xo Heather
Hi Roxie,I just became your newest follower. I did the Endless Yard Sale this year for the first time...loved it!! I'm from Ohio, so we just traveled north on 127. I think I know where you saw the cows...we saw them too. They were coming up to the fence to check everyone out in this small little town. You found some great goodies!!Cindy
Hi Roxie, you have made my day with the lovely comment you left. . . hearing this sweet and fantastic review from someone that I hold as a true junking sister has set me over the moon. It's very rewarding when you can take someone else's old junk and create something that you are proud of, but even more rewarding when others like it too. Thank you, Connie :) P.S. Did you get a new hair cut? I'm going by your new profile photo . . . very up town chic. I need to get brave in the hair department and make a change.
Hi Roxie!I recognize some of those places! I looked at the screen door in the 2nd photo and thought it was too big for my front door. I remember those cows too! Ha! We did shop the same stretch of 127! Your haul is amazing! I was exhausted after one day I can't imagine two!Debi
You really scored! Wasn't it fun? And you really know how to stack a truck! :)
I wish I could take credit for stacking my truck...I had to LOL when I read your comment...CREDIT goes to HUBBY...I have turned him into a true JUNKSTER!
I wanted to go so bad!!! On my way to Dad's eye appt. he said well we could take the van it has the pottie in it and the board for a bed. I turned to him and said I've been asking for a while and now our friends has already bought steaks for us for Sat.:( Next year you have inspired me to go!!! WHEN YOU LEAVING:) Wonderful stuff~!!!!!
Ohi I hope you can go next year! Maybe all of us fellow bloggers that go need to wear a SPECIAL COLOR T-SHIRT, HAT or SOMETHING so we will KNOW a fellow BLOGGER! MMMMMM, may have to get something started here...what do you think?
Hi Roxie!AMAZING finds!I love that old bike that you bought!It's going to look terrific when you get it painted and put by the trees.Thanks so much for sharing your adventure with us!!One of these days.. I'd love to go! But, I'm going to need a trailer... because I know I'll have to buy tons of great stuff!!Have a great week!Smiles :)Kerin
Kerin, you MUST plan on going!! My reply to KATHY gave me an idea so us fellow bloggers may know/see each other when on a famous yard sale! That would be a blast in itself! Maybe a PRETTY BRIGHT SHIRT~PINK or SPRING GREEN that says "BLOGGER QUEEN" or "BLOGGER PRINCESS" or JUNQUE ? Any ideas?
Wow looks like a great haul and sounds like you had a great time! Can't wait to see that bike painted white but just for fun maybe you should paint the seat pink! Thanks for following, your newest follower, Laura
hey roxy! just found your blog and i'm already happy to be here. we did the yardsale too, but we went waaay down into kentucky from cincinnati. also found some great stuff! (including an old typewriter that i pretty much want to be burried with!) and i agree, next year all bloggers should wear a color or something!! happy to be following :)
I live on the other side of the Atlantic, so I'll probably never visit the yard sale in person. But looking at all your pics, Roxy, makes me feel I've allready been there :)! Thank you so much for sharing. I have to say also that I really love your blog and all your sweet comments! Keep on blogging!Lots of warm greetings and blessings from Sweden.Maria
Thank you for your sweet visit on my blog! Everything is back as it was before the break in, so now my shop is open again. If you are ever in Sweden I would love to have you as a visitor in Tant Groens Lilla Bod:).Second hand shops do exist in Sweden, but yard sales or road sales, like the one you describe so beautifully with your pictures and words are unfortunately a lot more rare than in the US. I would love to experience one for myself one day:).I wish you a wonderful week with lots and lots of blessed moments! Be back soon.Maria
Hi. Thanks for coming by, visiting me at Heart Song in Colorado, and following. It is always fun to find new friends. Your trip seems like a dream vacation and a lot of fun. I need a red Dodge pickup for a trip like that!♥♫
Love all your wonderful treasures. You have a good eye for finding amazing antiques and have fun doing it. Thanks so much for your inspiring comments. I really appreciate them.Jody
Love your finds...and that dresser is devine.....I have yet to make a trip like this....and want to so bad...I need a road trip to get out of my slump.....I think it might be the hot...or missing my yearly trip in July...but I need a road trip....
Roxie,HI! lots of good things at that sale. Love your pictures. I like that bed headboard set. Have a good rest of your week.Pat
I just learned about this amazingly long yard sale!! It's like a pickers heaven and looks like you got some super good treasures! My friends and I are trying to figure out how we can do this next year. It's pretty much a must!!!
ohmigosh, you're so right! we probably bumped elbows!! you got some great stuff! love love love that sweet dresser!! so glad you had fun! we did too, other than the heat!!
Hi Roxie, I found you via your sis Debi. I used to work with Debi and LOVE her. I also love vintage and have a shop on Etsy and am starting to do some festivals and Barn Sales. I used to blog but now just do my FB page. Check it out @ Herbgirl & Vintage. We have a lot in common and I 'm so glad she shared your blog. I wanted to go to the 127 sale but just couldn't fit it in. Glad to share your experience and goodies!~ <3 ~ Mandy
Can you believe that these girls have NEVER done the world's longest yardsale?? What is wrong with us...oh ya...we have a store ~ lol!! That is one of our goals sometime...to do that ~ and from the looks of your pictures it should have been this year Roxie!! Great finds....love them all!!
What a great haul! Love the old bike! Thanks for sharing, Jean P.S. I love the bit at the top of your blog about the rapture...wonderful!
WOW! Roxie...we are totally Kindred Spirits! Love All your Treasures...especially the WashTub! I'm on the hunt this weekend for one..."DReading more of your blog posts...will be a follower from now on...lovin your Flea Market/Garage Sale Savy!Smiles,Christine
I love the bike you found. Free? Wow, how awesome. I'm your newest follower.
Am so jealous you got to go to the longest yard sale!!! I have always wanted to go... maybe next year. I do have a bike painted white with flowers planted in the basket... Love it! So glad you stopped by my blog as now I have a wonderful blog to follow.
Wow!!! Looks like you found lots of great stuff!! Yay for you!! Thanks for the visit and for following along...I look forward to following along too :) Laurel
Thanks for stopping in for a visit. I hope you punched the button to follow me. I certainly will be following you. We share the same passions, Faith in a mighty God to save, children whom we adore, and love for the chippy,crusty, rusty and all kinds of vintage. The pink swing is fabbbbb! From one Southern girl to another, happy pickin', happy bloggin':) Bonnie
What a bountiful pickup load of treasure!!! You porch is so beautiful!!! I love your creativity and style and I adore the pink and white swing!!! I'm so glad we found each other, you are an inspiration!!!
What great finds. I want the flower quilt and that double washstand. :)D