Coffee shop ceiling. Pretty, pretty
Iced coffee from said coffee shop. The free refills were a major bonus.
Cute party pig outside of a local art gallery.
Cute, hometown newspaper.
Pretty bakery sign.
I spotted this bike in the back of an antique store and thought it was pretty (although it is not vintage). The store that it sat behind was quite interesting, well, the store's owners actually. The male owner spotted my camera and told me he had a vintage camera book he wanted to show me. He proceeded to look for it in the messy shop for five minutes or more. Not too soon after his wife came in and told me that I could not go anywhere until they found the book (ahh creepy). Five or so minutes later, after waiting to be polite, I told them thanks for looking and slipped out. Most awkward ten minutes of my life.
A doggie in a stroller? Enough said.
Don't mind the messy hair, please!
I went home with an iced coffee, cinnamon bread, and a yummy empanada in my tummy. I had a lot of fun looking around at the market, and can't wait to check out the Grand Junction farmer's market in a few weeks! It's my favorite!
Do you go to farmer's markets? If so, do you go just to look, or do you pick up things while you're there?