Today I had the day off, from everything. While I waited to meet my mom, I noticed what a beautiful Autumn day it was.
The trees are starting to change, the sky is a beautiful blue.
We were heading to an antique and craft fair, where I was so enthralled with everything that I totally forgot to take a picture of anything.
Then we were off to my favorite thrift store, where I found some vintage Christmas wrapping paper for .49 cents.
Then it was Chinese for lunch. My fortune was already coming "true".
To the ReStore for remnant vinyl flooring; many, many feet of vintage wood molding and a bathroom towel rack... all for under $41.00! All of these fantastic, salvaged deals are for the Peach Palace.
After going through a quilt/fabric store, we stopped for a little pick me up.
Another quick stop for the BEST apple cider, made here, from Honeycrisp apples. If you could drink an apple, it would taste like their cider.
To another, larger farm that specializes in pumpkins, apples, gourds and a little later Christmas trees.
We headed into the little bake shop.
Of course we didn't leave empty handed, apple cider doughnuts, fresh and WARM. Yummo.
Finally, back to where we started in Lynden, to my favorite antique store.
I really loved this little truck trailer in the window. Chris is actually my middle name, my first name is Ruth, so I have a "thing" for Baby Ruth items.
A view from the upstairs bargain room.
It was a nice way to spend a beautiful day.
Happy fabulous fall Friday to all,
Chris at Red Gate Farm