Tuesday, October 13, 2009

~White Wednesday

Here is some white I am working on.

The new displays at the store.
a little red here...

and more white to be finished.

Here are some fun outdoor pics for you.

This little 'ghost' town was along the highway
when we went to a sale two weeks ago.

There were old wagons.....
and cars and outbuildings...

a big entrance to the property.

old buckboard ( a bit more red on those wheels).

even an old outhouse next to this really cool old car.

Thanks for coming by
be sure to go visit all the other great posts,
and thank our sweet hostesses.


barbara jean


Barbara said...

Love all your pictures for today, but I was fascinated by the old ghost town. Great pictures.

Happy Wednesday.

Barbara said...

Barbara, Love the pictures of the old ghost town, these are the places Roy and I love to visit.

Happy Wednesday.

Hootin' Anni said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhh, Ghost town! How so very appropriate for this time of year.

My Outdoor Wednesday is posted...it is Halloween black & white...with color added here and there. Come by if you can find time, I'd love to have you visit with me today. Here is where you'll find my photos shared! I also have a Halloween TREAT for you on my sidebar if you care to grab and run with it. :o)

Anonymous said...

What a great ghost town to stumble upon. I love finding things like that.

Candy said...

Oh but don't you wish for a looking glass back in time to see the activities buzzing round this place. Great photos.
Enjoyed scrolling down through your posts...white and red booth decorating, very nice. And happy to find the VINTAGE BLACK MEME, glad I found it before it was over. I'll tell her you sent me.
Happy WED Blessings ;-)

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

'Morning Barbara Jean,
Love the old wagon! Great pictures you've shared. Happy REDnesday.


♥Mimi♥ said...

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SueLovesCherries said...

I love the ghost town! Maybe that's where the Beverly Hillbillies are from! Nice whites in the shop!

Denise Marie said...

great post. love the old car and wagons. looks like you are getting some displays done. Happy Rednesday.

Regina said...

Hello Barb. Such a interesting place. Gorgeous white interior. Great post!
Thank you for sharing.


SmilingSally said...

That building looks as if a stiff breeze will take it down. Thanks for including these great shots.

Lori E said...

Those antiques are just super photographic subjects. We have always wanted to put a wagon up at our cabin and just change out the display on it for the seasons but we can't find one. Looks like you have them all down there.

Diann said...

Hi Barb!
You shop is coming along nicely!

The ghost town looks totally cool!

Light and Voices said...

Amazing shot of entrance to the ghost town! Great Halloween shots.
Joyce M

Dawn said...

The store is looking so pretty. Love the old cars and buildings too.

Mary said...

I loved the ghost town, Barbara Jean.
It's always so nice to stumble on a spot like that. Thanks for sharing it with us. Have a wonderful day.

Charlene said...

you do have some white to work on. It is so cool to see some of the transformations that happen with some white paint. And that old ghost town is pretty neat too. I wonder who owns those old wagons or buggies?

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

Ooo, it's a good time of the year to post pictures of ghost towns! All those old buggies and jalopies sure could tell some tales of the miles they drove...


I LOVE this!! What wonderful pictures!

Lynn said...

I love your photographs! The white is lovely.
OK, "lovely" is a word I rarely use.
The white is purty!

I want to know about the ghost town.
Where is it?
What is its story?

She Was Old Fashioned said...

Nice photos! I don't think I could play white WED my world has to much color, I would be challenged for white WED. But that's the point right? looks fun. Thanks for sharing.

Kammy said...

Such fun photos ! I love every one !

Ms. Bake-it said...

Loved the tour of the ghost town! Thank you for taking us with you!

~ Tracy