This weekend Mr. Squash and I were out and about. We didn't work too hard packing - the appraisal hasn't happened yet, so we've done what we can until that is over. Sunday we decided to wander around the antique shops in Snohomish. We're looking for a couple of additional pieces for the Squash House.
This poor witch seemed to have gotten herself into a bit of trouble! I think the enormous spider sitting on her feet might have had something to do with it!
Aren't these pumpkins great? I love the gnarly warts growing on them!
Look at this box of apples freshly picked from the orchard - my favorites - Honey Crisp!! I wish I had room to take the entire orchard box home with me!
One of the furniture pieces we're looking for is a small table for the kitchen. I really liked this one - if you enlarge the photo by clicking on it, you will see another layer of table under the top. You pull on either end of that lower layer which pops out and up to make the table longer! This was American made, circa 1920, quarter sawn oak. I saw another table, same era and wood that was round. I wish I had taken a photo of it - I think that's the one we'll get.
We had a really nice day with absolutely no obligations! There won't be many more of those, however! I think we have our work cut out for us right up to closing on November 30th!