Antiques & Collectibles." I wondered if it was open...
...it was open and I as I went through the doors there to greet me was...
"Rebel Without a Cause" is one of my favorite movies. Next I was greeted by...
Curly, Moe and Larry looking for a fourth for a foursome.
I meet Ginger and Bubba and they welcomed me and my camera!!
I am now about to step back into time. For there are many items on display that take me back to my childhood...
I encountered "James Brown" and immediately thought of his song, "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag". This was where I got the idea for the title of the previous post.
I had a tricycle just like the one above.
Of course, I couldn't walk by a flower without taking a shot.
My grandmother Conrad kept Camels in business. Lived to be 94.
My mother loved Shirley Temple.
The poster from one of my favorite movies of all time.
My grandmother Miller had a set of glasses like these.
"Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?
The Shadow knows!"
My first beer was a Schlitz - "the beer that made Milwaukee famous."
I gave my grandmother Miller a candy jar just like this one. Bought on my senior trip to Washington, DC and New York City.
My grandfather Miller had a kerosene can just like this one.
Grandmother Miller had a decorative frying pan just like this one.
I owned all three of these books and the Wood Woodpecker pool table set game seen below...
One of my favorite books as a young child.
I always enjoyed seeing "Nipper" on the RCA commercials.
I arrived in Luling a little after two and left after dark. My visit took the recent changes off my mind for just a bit. As I walk back to the "Bus" and the PUPS, I think of the strange course of events. It was meant to be that I made Jimmy and Sue. Ginger knows them.
Check the next post and see what is just down the street...