Gorgeous little cottage with rolling hills in the background & thank goodness for the open fire and loads of wood ... its freezing down south this time of year.....
Lynda, like me, is partial to a little op shopping so first stop was Donnybrook, where we loaded up on morning tea at the local bakery.
|Isnt it lovely ??? Any suggestions on age ???|
|Vintage Green Decanter & Glasses|
Another one of my purchases from the same
Op Shop was this item below.
I 'm thinking it is an aluminium camping pot
but as it has no lid it is hard to be sure.
Its similar to a pot my grandmother would sit
on her knee while stringing her beans
Does anyone know what this is ????
On the way home we stopped at other towns along the way such as Collie & Waroona.
If you are ever in the Waroona area, check out the most stunningly organised, well stocked, amazing Antique & Collectables store in WA go to
I could have spent hours in this store
It is truly amazing & the largest collection of MoorCroft Collections I have ever seen.
So a nice weekend was had by us girls, driving, chatting, junk food, thrifting ...
Our only downfall was completely forgetting the wine !!!
OMG who does that ??
For those of you dying to find out the appraisal on my Bargain Biscuit Barrel
the Valuer said it would probably fetch anything from $ 65 AUD to the right collector.
Not bad for a $ 2 op shop buy !!
Hope you all had as good a weekend as I did :)
Ms V xx