I have blisters, poison ivy and a head start on my farmer's tan, but I'm feeling pretty good about all we accomplished over the last few gorgeous days!
Sam was such a big help with this project. He drove the skid steer all over the farm as we collected rocks from every corner. I am finally learning to love having big kids and not grieving quite so much over them growing up.
Looking a little sparse for now, but the seeds are in the ground.
I've already torn out the old walk making ready for the new board walk.
I have sold a lot of the vintage guitar catalogs and other memorabilia and am learning lots. This is a fun business to be in! I really need to be painting but the studio is so full I hardly have room to wiggle much less work....so I am listing as much stuff as possible to go ahead and get it moving out the door.
Here is a peek of some of the unique finds from this week....
This sold over night...very cool piece from a pick card display with an imprinted Marathon pick
Another piece from a pick card display
Black Diamond guitar strings in original box...a dozen envelopes of stings still in cellophane
A Bobby Lee concealed banjo strap
A box that once contained banjo strings....
and another that is full of guitar strings....
8 Black Diamond strings
....and this is just the tip of the iceburg....lots more great items to come. Please have a look at all the great old things in the Etsy shop and on ebay for now and hopefully very soon I can open the doors to my "real" shop here at home.
Now I'm out the door to get the horses ready for the farrier. Busy day again.