Friday, August 16, 2013

The Best Thursday Estate Sale

I decided to work a little extra at the beginning of this week so that I could leave early Thursday to hit up the tail end of the first day of an estate sale.  Usually most estate sales around here, I am disappointed with.  We really haven't had a good one in awhile.  We're more into auctions here in Indiana.  Anyway, let's see what I bought...





So, if you're counting... that's 52 Ball pint jars, 12 Ball half gallon jars, 8 crocks, 3 boxes of feather tree ornaments, 2 cameras, 1 Bromwell sifter, and Coda by Led Zeppelin.  I think it was worth it to leave work a little early... don't you?

Now this weekend I'm flying to St. Louis to cheer on my Green Bay Packers.  Maybe I'll get to stop into a thrift store or 2?  Anyways, GO PACK GO!

Linking to:
The Thrifty Groove: Thrifty Things Friday
Sir-Thrift-a-Lot: Thriftasaurus
Costal Charm: Nifty Thrifty


10 comments:

  1. worth it to leave work early....good job!

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  2. Yeah, it was totally worth it to leave work early. That damn job is holding you back anyway! : )
    Look at all those jars? Do you have a count on how many you have?

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  3. Oh my, good find and well worth leaving work early!! Love all those jars!!
    Thanks for linking up to TTF!

    Linda

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  4. Oh,my - you are all set for jars - it must have been fun!!!

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  5. Wow, that's amazing! I agree about estate sales in IN -- they leave much to be desired, usually. Great finds!

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  6. nice! Would love to come across those jars! Just learned to can last year, still need to build my supply!

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  7. Totally worth getting up for great finds.
    Denise

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  8. Wow that's a lot of jars! And crocks! I love old crocks, the ones you got are so cool. Great cameras, too. Take care - Dawn

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  9. Why have a job when there are important sales & auctions to attend? Well, besides for the obvious part about making money needed for the sales and auctions:-)

    Amazing score on the jars! I am assuming you got them for pretty cheap to buy that many. Blue jars around here run around $12.00 just for one!

    Good luck to your Packers!

    ~Erica

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