Another beautiful October day!
A friend said she would show me an out-of-the-way
Thrift Shop. She was right about the o-o-t-w part!
On the way, we stopped at a lovely old covered bridge.
Pennsylvania has 197 of them, and this one is sort of nearby.
It looked so pretty with the fall foliage. And it’s a working
bridge, open to traffic, built in 1842.
Next we stopped at an old inn for lunch. My friend had pork and spaetzle with red cabbage, I had a salad with medium rare steak slices. A nice treat!
Then after hill and dale, and dale and hill, we got to the promised
Thrift Shop. It is huge! And like the Smithsonian, would take more
than a day to do!
When I walked in the first shop (there are several, you see) I saw an
older lady with a great spider on her head! I asked her where she got it
and she told me her sister had given it to her. I looked around and sure
enough, there was a look-alike lady across the room with a spider on HER head. She kindly posed for a photo–
The next two hours (!) were spent “shopping”. And what did I buy?