of seashells, white pottery, silver and linens...
along with faded white twine and doilies.
Who doesn't love white McCoy pottery?
Garden roosters were displayed with a vintage stuffed cat...near a drying rack filled with vintage linens.
The sun finally came out by the time we reached the Antietam National Battlefield. It was a peaceful and beautiful place...but also very sad. More Americans were killed in a single day on the farmlands of Antietam than on any other day in American history. Here are a few scenes from Antietam...
Tomorrow we will load up the car...with our junkin' finds and happy memories...and begin the trip North. We plan to take our time and stop along the way. Our only deadline is to be home for Easter weekend with family. Who knows...we just might pass a few more flea markets along the way!
This post is linked to:
White Wednesday at Faded Charm
Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style
Feathered Nest Friday at The French Country Cottage
Show & Tell Friday at My Romantic Home