Every time I have driven up to see my daughter, Evie, in Silverdale, I have passed this little town called Kalama. What caught my eye were the signs touting antiques. That is a show stopper for me and this time, I couldn't pass it by and I was driving so I had control. I did call Muff and tell her of my intent. She laughed and told me she had given up hope of seeing me until nightfall.
This is what I walked into. This place had a boat load of buttons and I did get a few but I haven't digested Laura's button yet. I was really on the prowl for postcards from Nebraska that I could use in the journal I am creating for my friend,Richard. I sat down over a box of cards which were marked "old". Not helpful. However at 1.00 a piece I did find a few.
I need to figure out something to do with marbles. But do I really need another collectable?
Then there was this dress. Who would wear it? Of course, if I bought it, I would have a lifetime supply of sequins and beads, but by the third project I would have been sick to death of the color. I had lunch at The Antique Deli. They had fantastic homemade bread and soups. Don't miss it. You never know when It may be time to run away you know.