Vintage sheets and pillowcases for projects.
Other stuff. I did find A Childs Garden of Verses that I didn't have for 99 cents. Yeah!
Here's a collage of some of the things we saw. We did a self driving tour to see restored school houses from the late 1800's. There were 17 on the tour, but we did a shorter version. You drive out into the rugged Texas ranch country, where you don't see a single car on the 1 lane road. The school houses are upkept by a preservation society. They have the 1 room schoolhouses, teacherages, outhouses,flagpoles, water pumps and some had the teeter totters and swing sets. It was perfect for the the beginning of the school year. I wish everybody thought that keeping up these old building was worth it.Some of the counties and tiny towns, still use the schools for town meetings and Bingo.
We saw wild life, huge beautiful oak trees, wonderful vintage houses ,went to hear real country music at a historic dance hall, and ate good German food. The area was originally settled by Germans who had great architecture. All in all a fun weekend. I hope yours was too. Now back to the grind, but so good to be home again. Have a great week!