We're back from Bouckville and have lots of photos and stories to share! Some of you on my facebook page may have already seen some of these, so bear with me.
These first images are what we saw in our travels -- this booth had lots of multiples…
…including plenty of beautiful aqua Ball jars. They were priced individually; one I saw was $12, in case you were wondering. They all look pretty much the same to me; how do you price them?
I had to restrain myself in this booth of religious statues. I only purchased St. Bernadette, in the front of the Infant of Prague on the left. Mr. VJIMT purchased St. Rita, to the left of her, about an hour later. We could have bundled! (Both statues have already sold, thank you FB page!)
This booth had about ten globes piled on the ground amidst empty boxes and bags. Not the best merchandise staging!
Here is a much better display of the goods. I did purchase a fan, but not from this vendor.
This booth of vintage Christmas had some great deals -- half off! Barbara of Oodles and Oodles had a day's head start on me.
This lovely large religious print of the Immaculate Heart of Mary was my first purchase. The colors are so bright and vibrant!
I also got this spectacular yellow Remington typewriter from Holland. The dealer told me it didn't work, but I figured out it was just locked. Woo hoo!
Mr. VJIMT bought a euphonium. And I learned a new word.
He also took this outstanding photo of a red barn against a blue sky along the way.
Four days of vintage bliss! Even better -- although I have no photos, what the ? -- we were able to have a few dinners with fellow blogger Sue (Vintage Rescue Squad) and her rusty crusty friend Justin (no blog), and again with Linda (My Vintage Soul).
Lunch (and breakfast pie!) with the afore-mentioned Barbara was a treat. It was also nice to spend a few minutes in the booths of Bouckville vendors Vicki and Colleen (even though they were each super busy!).
More images to come!