We took the kids to Asheville to tour the Biltmore House. If you have not been you need to go. I was in awe of all of the man hours and labor that went into the construction of this monstrous house!
I became intrigued by the spires and gargoyles.
There were faces everywhere....
Some were sweet and kind
some were peasants
I loved this pretty little window
This is an elephant
This one is an artist with his painters pallet
This one is a horned and hoofed goat or devil, I'm not really sure.
After an afternoon at the Biltmore and filling our bellies from lunch, the family was ready for a nap. I took them to the hotel and I headed out to the JUNK STORE!
The Tobacco Barn is HUGE! I spent about 2 hrs in here and still didn't see it all. Here are some things that I like
The barn goes into the abyss....
I really like the color on this piece!
Those of you that know me know that I have a fondness for letters and numbers
MY DREAM CAR
There were several of these burlap bags. Can you read the print that says..."Ain't nothin like a mint julip and a joint" Seriously? What?
This was so great. It is all metal and the drawers are all painted with these flags. I love it!
I would have bought this table if I could have and I may have to go back and get it. I can't get it off of my mind.
This was the BEST...Paul Taylor's Custom Belts...LOOK AT ALL OF THOSE BUCKLES!!!
THIS WAS THE GREATEST OF ALL...we are headed down the highway back to charlotte and we come upon this purple and white camper. I start screaming for my camera. Can you see the box on the back of the camper? There are 2 hens in there. No, they are not real. SOOO FUNNY!
KEEP ON TRUCKIN'