A junking weekend - on the road to Kentucky...(Part 2)

April 27th, 2009 in member junk     
shabbychick Kathy Stantz, contributor
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A giant bouquet of rusty garden tools.
This is definitely reminiscent of our junkarchitects lamp designing talents...its an old potato chip can...had to share!
Heres another one - a meat grinder...
This fence row had garden tools built into it...very fun!
Theres not such a thing as too much rust...(bought a few for a future project).
A giant bouquet of rusty garden tools.

A giant bouquet of rusty garden tools.


Here are a few pictures of what we saw on our junking/fleamarket trip a week ago.  The show was almost a rain out...but big fun was had by all four of us on the trip down!

I wanted to share pics of the lamps - very fun - and something a junkarchitect might want to build! :)

The rest is rust, and lots of it!!  If you want to see more, you can visit my blog:  www.sylviasdaughter.blogspot.com - I took so many pictures, and it was really hard to decide which ones to post. 

 


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Comments (13)

shabbychick writes: Janis...with all that junk...the fun just had to follow, right??? :) Wish we could all take one big junking trip - wouldn't that be HUGE fun???

Christy - and the great part is that it doesn't need to have water added (well, unless you wanted to add to the rustiness)!

Eva - the photo of the fence doesn't really do it justice, but I tried!

Thanks ladies!

Kathy Posted: 9:53 am on May 11th
vecernice writes: Love the fence, such a great and fun idea. Thank you for sharring
Eva Posted: 6:41 pm on May 8th
csudderth writes: Now that bouquet of tools would fit in my "garden" perfectly. Sounds like a fun trip,
Christy Posted: 9:59 am on May 6th
fellowjunker writes: Kathy,
You are always up to such fun!!! Love seeing your great finds.
xojanis Posted: 1:15 pm on April 29th
shabbychick writes: Thanks all (and thanks for visiting my blog too)! It was a great start to the junking/antiquing season!! And, yep - there's hope - even if it rains...us junkers don't give up easily - and the thrill of the hunt is the biggest fun (Geo - you're right...those engines are always running - and with the slightest hint of rust - watch out!...!)!!

P.S. Time for a junking field trip to Ohio!

Posted: 11:05 am on April 29th
roadtriplouise writes: Great pictures, I really think the fence with the tools is neat!
Ann Posted: 8:56 am on April 29th
JunkArchitect writes: Kathy, thanks for sharing your pile of junk, especially the potato chip lamp. The junk season has been a little slow around here but your photos are giving me hope.

Jim Posted: 10:57 pm on April 28th
CottageElements writes: Kathy, looks like you had a fun time, despite the rain. Nothing better thank a day of junkin'!

Lani Posted: 5:42 pm on April 28th
georgiamoon writes: More great photos Kathy! Just what we need to get our junking engines revving! Not that my engine isn't running at all times but with photos like these I REALLY want to get out there and find some JUNK! Thanks for sharing, Georgia Posted: 1:43 pm on April 28th
alicemom writes: I love your stuff! I also love your blog. I am going to try to start a blog. To be continued..............
smiles,
alice Posted: 1:13 pm on April 28th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Love the tool-laden fence! How fun is that!
Candy Posted: 12:34 pm on April 28th
oldnews writes: I loved you blog too! What a great group of junker pals you have, haow fun is that! Marie Posted: 9:45 am on April 28th
junkermidge writes: That's one big, beautiful bouquet of tools! The trip sounds like a great time. I checked out the blog to get the total scoop. Fun, fun, fun. Thanks for posting!
Midge
Posted: 12:05 am on April 28th
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