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A couple of quick stops in Anchorage on the way to the Anchorage Folk Festival produced a few great finds yesterday. First though the Anchorage Folk Festival was AMAZING, 6 days of musical acts every 15 minutes. Plus workshops, like beginner musical instruments and happy yoga. We watched for a couple hours for FREE and got completely inspired to get us all playing instruments and making music. I have a mandolin I need to learn to play and the middle boy wants to play violin so bad we have decided to get him one and start lessons.
We hit a a church rummage sale, where we scored a basket full of wooden marble maze pieces:
and some pick up sticks for Union's class at school.
After the AFF we split up for a bit, I dropped the guys off at the hobby store and I went to Salvation Army. Late in the day means nothing left right? Wrong. Look at this! I love this teapot. It is missing it's lid but that's fine with me.
After Christmas it's time for a decoration reset. So I set this up the other day from little treasures I found all year.
|what's under the drop cloth?|
|vintage red couch to lounge on|
Peace and Love--