Monday, September 17, 2007

Fun pictures on my way to camp.

Today I thought I would share some fun pictures from my drive down to camp! I got to see a LOT of farm on my way down Hwy 65 in Indiana - mile after mile after mile of this!

When I"m almost there, there is a fun amish furniture store with an antique shop in the back. I had plenty of time and took a stretch. Anyone need an old dentists chair?!!!

I think they use this for mis-behaving children!!! But it is high up so you would get a good view of the whole shop!

The Monkee's are antiques already???

And Brad Pitt?

And if you ever get lonely, you can always take this fellow home with you.....hmmm, maybe he would be fun to dress up for Halloween???

12 comments from wonderful readers:

Lucy said...

LOLOLOL you are too funny!

Lucy said...

ps.. I didn't knew humans had such a long toes in the past ..

Libby said...

There's a lot of fun things to be found in antique shops . . . but it is always upsetting to find that things you grew up with now fall in that category, too *ugh* I don't wanna be old . . . yet.

mar said...

I love this guy! and I really want that white cabinet in the corner!

Gypsy Quilter said...

You can have the Halloween guy, I'll take the table he's sitting on. Lovely.

Lazy Gal Tonya said...

oooh, love the Halloween guy. I'd be happy to have him year round. I suspect that all record albums are antiques now, no matter whose recording it is.

Kathie said...

I love that guy sitting on the table. He certainly would scare all the neighbor kids.

QuiltingFitzy said...

But..but..but..the Halloween Guy would be a wonder to hold up quilts to photograph.

I can justify ANYTHING, just give me the chance.

meggie said...

Loved this post. love the white cabinet, & the little white rocking chair.
Love antique shops.

Susie said...

Boy, that dentist chair gave me the creeps. I'll take the Brad Pitt pic!

Betty said...

fun pictures Dawn, yup this that dude needs a pair of socks?
where in Indiana is the quilt camp? sure sounds like fun

Guðrún said...

Hmmm, interesting stuff there!