My husband even tagged along this time. He'a a good sport, but does have a little trouble with the quick stops. You know, you are heading to an advertised sale, but need to stop at three other sales you just happen to see along the way.
So, we made it to a few advertised and a few unadvertised sales and a small flea market. I found a few goodies along the way. No furniture, but maybe that's a good thing.
Our last stop was a little sale (unadvertised of course) in a parking lot of what looked like a warehouse. I had to yell "pull over" at the last second. Poor guy, I really keep him on him on his toes!
And there it was - maybe my best find ever!
Remember when I did the little blue end table for Ryan and I lined the drawer with a map of Baltimore? Ryan has always loved maps. He's an engineer. And he loves living in the Federal Hill neighborhood in downtown Baltimore. ... Well Ryan, you won't need that little map in your drawer. You now have the most amazing map of Baltimore!
I should mention that it's big.
Really, really big. ... Like 50" x 68", take up a whole wall big!!!
It's a cool pull-down projection map and it's in absolutely perfect condition - no tears, no cracks, no fading.
It was marked $45, but when I mentioned that was out of my price range, the seller countered with $10! I hadn't even started negotiating yet!