Thursday, September 28, 2017

September Thrift, Polish, Share

Who can resist fresh pumpkins from a favorite Vegetable Stand


We made a day trip up the Fraser Canyon highway for pumpkins, tomatoes that tasted the way we dream they should taste, wonderful peaches and plums and some fresh garlic and honey. 


The brass tealight lantern and brass stand (holding the Fall poem) were from a Church Sale out of town. 



 Here is the poem:

Longin' For You Pal

When the shadows get t' creepin'
Out across the close o' day,
An' the stars begin t' twinkle
In a lonely sort o' way, Then
there always comes a longin'
For the friends we know
are true, Though there may
be miles between us Good
ol'-fashioned friends like YOU

Copyright 1928 Ca, Mple, USA
From the writings of
Lawrence Hawthorne


I love finding a 'real' vintage cutting board.


A little bit of Thanksgiving decoration.



Two collectible tins, a 78 record and a cast iron faux rusty candle holder.


The dessert server (works like a Lazy Susan), a pie carrier, enamel pot and a avacado green craft made shaggy dog cookie jar.



Cast iron, vintage tools and wood stove accessories.




Vintage tin mechanical sparkler Black Cat spinner circa 1950




DGS brought a head/cough type of cold home from high school 3 weeks ago - shared it with his Dad, then his Grandpa and finally it was my turn to share in the coughing and sneezing and headaches this past week (and I had worked at hand washing and wiping down surfaces etc. so I could avoid the cold.)


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16 comments:

  1. Love the wood cutting board (and how you've styled it!), and I am also drawn to the cast iron tools. :)

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  2. I agree with Rita ... the old cast iron pan/grill, the old tools and wood stove accessories are my favorite.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z.

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  3. Wonderful finds, Joy! Thanks for sharing @ Vintage Charm!

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  4. Sorry to hear you've all been under the weather, hope you're feeling better soon.
    Thanks for getting Mosaic Monday off to such a great start with your treasures today.

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  5. Beautiful photos of these vintage objects. All the best for October.

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  6. I hope you soon feel better - my throat is getting scratchy and I fear a cold coming on. You've found some wonderful treasures.

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  7. You find the best things. Love the tins! Feel better!!!!!! Happy Monday.

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  8. Oh my! I remember those Black Cat spinners...better check my pockets when I leave your house! heehee! Love all your treasures and that pretty poem! Hugs!

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  9. Love the Coke tin - precious!!!

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  10. So sorry to hear you have been sick, hope you are well soon; we've been sharing a tummy bug at my house the past couple of weeks, yuck! I LOVE your little turkeys you found, they are adorable! Have a blessed day!

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  11. Oh my goodness I love all your finds! I just share my Super September Junk Finds too, I think you will like them. I will be following along now. I love meeting fellow vintage junkers!
    www.followtheyellowbrickhome.com

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  12. Joy, In the iron photo is that a pizza cutter? I love the square griddle as well. I missed the peaches this year so I have bought several baskets of Concord Grapes. Thanks for sharing and have a great week. Sylvia D.

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  13. Sounds like a fun day Joy. I love the transferware gravy boat. I found a similar one in green. And yes, I love pumpkins and fresh veggies too! Thanks for sharing with SYC
    hugs,
    Jann

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  14. Joy, you have found so many wonderful things. I love getting a peek at each thing.

    Happy Pink Saturday. Thank you for always making Pink Saturday special. This post is being featured on my Pink Saturday post this week as "the one with the most clicks". Thanks for sharing.♥

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  15. You always find the most amazing treasures!
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  16. You always find the most amazing things Joy -love the vintage tins

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Thanks for visiting. I read and appreciate all your comments. Joy

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