Wednesday, March 31, 2010

three days to go

The antique shows that we travel to are all about two things - fun junque and great food. Finding new places to eat is always a treat. We had to stop at a local gas station the first morning and I noticed a small "bakery" sign on the side of the building. I made a beeline for the store and found the most delightful german/texan bakery inside of this tiny gas station. YUM. Hot out of the oven were dozens of flavors of these yummy pastries called kolaches, cinnamon rolls the size of Texas, and shelf after shelf of pig in the blankets. Forget loosing weight, load me up with warm breads!

Between eating, Jay has been working and I have been out looking at all the cool stuff. Check out these fun bulls made from parts and pieces complete with ALL of there bull parts(look closely!)
Here is our booth security guard. He kind of reminds me of Barney Fife. I'll just bet that there is a bullet in that coat pocket.

One last picture for the day, an Easter tree that we pass by every day on the way to our hotel.

1 comment:

  1. I hope he is up on his Judo, like Barney. You never know when you will need to use martial "arts" at an antique and art show.