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Sunday, October 25, 2015

62 Mile Long Yard Sale

We went on a 62 mile long yard sale Saturday....what fun!  
The sale started just east of Lubbock Texas on US 62/82 and ended in Dickens Texas.

My favorite stop was at Stuffology in Crosbyton Texas    

 Crosbyton's town square had several antique shops open for the sale and locals had set up tables in front of the shops with their goodies.    Stuffology is in a big warehouse just off the square.

If you like rusty crusty "stuff"  you will love Stuffology

For a town with a population of about 2300,   I was really impressed with this "little" shop  (it's really pretty big)!    

Want to see more .....visit their pinterest page........
Or you can visit them on Facebook  .........

Horse drawn covered wagon......two cowboys around the campfire.....Christmas decor on the lawn in Texas!

This shop along the highway was really cute.....

Locals just set up on the side of the road to sell their goodies....
And of course,   I did manage to buy  a few goodies back soon to show you what I found.


  1. Wow, I can imagine all the fun had hunting for treasures on a 62 mile long yard sale. I am sure you found some amazing treasures.

    Thank you for sharing.


  2. What fun! Look forward to seeing your treasures.
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY.

  3. I want to see what you bought!!!!

  4. My o My!! How amazing that what be to go too!! Can't wait to see what you came home with...


  5. Went to garage sales Saturday too..nothing spectacular but it was fun. I did find a full set of silverware..with all the serving pieces, even ice tea spoons for $35. It's beautiful! All blackened in a cardboard box..but every piece was there and not a bit of damage. Why people don't want to polish silver is a mystery to me. It's SO worth that little bit of work.
    Remembrance is the pattern. Did I ever tell you that I found a place setting for 8 in sterling with even the little butter knives? Plus lots of extra pieces such as large serving spoons etc. and in a silverware chest for $10! "Prelude" billed as the most beautiful ever made. Cost when researched was $4200. That's how I got hooked on garage sales. :)
    You must have had the time of your life, Penny.
    The price when researched was

  6. looks like some interesting places and a lot of fun hunting for goodies!

  7. Ohhh I saw some goodies I need. So glad you had fun!! Stuffoogy looks amazing, I will have to put it on my bucket list.

  8. Oh my Goodnes!! This would be so much fun! We don't have these kind of things in Alberta, Canada. How I would love to visit some of the neat places in the US for great items. Thanks for sharing! Stopping in from SHow and Share

  9. Oh wow...what a fun idea!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  10. Thanks for sharing these wonderful and fun shops

  11. Wow I totally would of went went with you if you asked! How lucky were you! So fun! Thanks for linking up to Merry Monday! Sharing on Twitter! Have a great week!

  12. Wow that sounds like fun! I so wish I lived closer I would love to go. I would come back with do much stuff.

  13. Stuffology, Poverty Hill Antiques. I'd be in junkin' heaven at the sight of signs like these. Thanks so much for sharing your adventure at Vintage Inspiration Party. Road trip!

  14. Oh this sounds like a fun time, we used to travel the back roads of Texas every weekend finding the cutest quaint little towns, still so much to see. Seemed like no matter which way we drove 3 hours out we would come upon a new town. Loved Bandera and Fredricksburg oh and Boerne!!

    Thanks for sharing on Oh my Heartsie Girls WW, Happy Halloween!!

  15. This looks like so much fun! I am jealous! Thanks for linking up!


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