6/02/2005

Royal Junk


I've been to lots of garage sales...indeed, it is one of my favorite activities. But today was definitely a garage sale first for me. I set out to check out some nearby sales I'd found in the paper and happened to stumble upon this...a garage sale at a CASTLE! When I first saw signs for "Sale at Adam's Castle", I figured it was some sort of kid's place or something and decided to follow it up. When I turned onto Adams Castle Rd, I was pleasantly surprised by a....Castle! The sale itself was a little disappointing considering the location but I did end up finding an almost new pair of Birkenstocks in my size for 5 dollars! Not bad... Posted by Hello

7 comments:

Claire said...

THAT IS SO AWESOME! Good thing you had your camera with you and could prove to us that you were telling us the gospel truth and not making up a falsehood with which to embellish your blog.

ljmax said...

Ha, ha...actually I didn't have my camera with me. When I got home and told Keith about it he offered to go take a pic. for me.

Janelle said...

Good for you LEEANN! I just had to share that today I got a pair of Columbia snowslacks for my ownself for only 1 dollhair, but it was at a shack in downtown Lapeer, hardly a castle of Birmin'ham...hey ax Keith if he'll come up and take a pic to put on my blog...=)...see you Saturdee.

Keith said...

Maybe if you manage to get my birthday present in the mail, I'll help you out.

Janelle said...

DanGit, Keith! I told you the mail lady in Mayville is wicked fast! No, really I still have to make it, thanks for reminding me. I am going to crochet you a NASCAR t-shirt with matching socks to try to keep up with the likes of your crafty wife. Just act surprised, okay? =)

DJ said...

That looks like my ideal house! A castle with all the comforts of home. Plus, you don't have to worry about people falling off the parapet into the moat and then sueing you...

TripleNine said...

That place lookes like it would fit right into Bedford. It's amazing the houses that are tucked away down the back roads.