~Endless Yard Sale 2015~

On Day 1 of the Endless Yard Sale…it poured down rain, so we went to an indoor Antique Mall and there was lots of great old goodies to check out there, but I didn’t find any treasures to come home with me.


On Day 2 of the Endless Yard Sale…we had great weather and headed north up on 127 and we always stop in this little town, but I didn’t find any treasures there this year either.


We made it up north as far as the lake in St. Mary’s, Ohio. It was a beautiful day for junkin’…even though I didn’t find any treasures to come home with me.


On day 3 of the Endless Yard Sale…we headed south to Cincinnati on the highway and then got off on 127 and went junkin’ all the way back up towards home.

The next place we stopped at was one of my favorite stops we made. Just look at those awesome old Coke Cola machines…and that cute little toy tractor sewing machine.


I’m thinking that I would like to have one of these cute little sewing machine tractors. I have a couple of really old black sewing machines that are not in the greatest shape…so they might be perfect for a sewing machine tractor.


I don’t think I’ve ever seen Coke Cola glass jugs like these before.


I didn’t find anything until the last stop we made at the end of the day…


…and this old tin bucket just spoke to me, so it came home with me. I love that it has wheels and I think that it will be a great piece to give me that farmhouse feel that I’m wanting in my decor.  I’m thinking about putting it in the living room and putting magazines in the bucket.


We had a great time this year on 127…doing the Endless Yard Sale. Can’t wait until we do it again next year.

Until next time…..     Blessing from me to you, ~Cindy


6 responses to “~Endless Yard Sale 2015~

  • Kelly

    That endless yard sale looks like a lot of fun. I’ve never seen any coca cola jugs like those either. The bucket you found is nice. So many great uses for that!

  • Judy Clark

    Love your tin bucket. Being the avid Coca Cola collector that I am, I know what the jugs are. They are syrup jugs which were delivered to soda fountains to put in with the carbonated water to serve Coke from a fountain. I have a coupe of them.


  • Rondell

    I found one too Cindy but mine doesn’t have the wheels, it is more for a mop! Great yard sale, love reading about it!

  • Pam

    I have a Coke jug also that my sister gave me years ago. She has one too.
    The tin bucket would be great to put plants in and to use on decks/patios during the summer too. Love it!

  • Southern DayDreams from Celestina Marie Design

    Hi Cindy, looks like a great time at the sale. The weather looks like it was nice too. Love the wheeled bucket you found. I’ve seen those coke syrup jugs before but I don’t have any.
    So nice to catch up with you after being away from the computer.
    Hope you’re having a good August! Hugs, cm

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