Off we go.
Thrift store or garbage dump? Answer: ....Thrift store! With the most amazing book room I've ever seen.
Oh yeah, the soy bean processing plant. Smelly!
Our kiddos hold hands while we travel, this makes my heart melt.
This town gets an A+ for retro signs
Before hitting the road back home Meredith heard about this amazing coffee shop called Wildflour, you can check them out here. I recommend EVERYTHING. I had an almond croissant that had a butter filling as well as a sugar cookie. I also took a bite out of a raspberry shortbread bar, McGruff style. I figured a good sugar rush for the car ride home was well deserved.
When we arrived home, our husbands ordered pizza and we showed off our prizes from the day's travels. Here is a short round up.
Zoinks! Two vintage cameras for a dollar? Both are in MINT condition, and yes, you should be using your "Shaggy" voice for the "zoinks".
What a lovely adventure, it was so enjoyable to have a partner in crime for this trip. Want another point of view of our branching out trip? Stop by Meredith's blog to catch her side of the story.