Blue Door Antiques, Sunbury, OH. (Closed. Darn.)
However, like the dutiful blogger, I did take a few photos to share. We visited our favorite sellers of all things vintage this week, including the largest antiques dealer in the Midwest, the massive Heart of Ohio Antique Center, as well as shops in the villages of Powell, Sunbury, and Delaware, Ohio.
In addition to the ubiquitous corn fields, on our antiquing excursion, we passed wonderful old red barns, court houses in town squares, quaint gas station buildings now used for car repair, and an empty grain elevator, still in use, not for grain, but as a cell phone transmission tower, and last but not least, lots of proudly displayed American flags.
|Clockwise: courthouse, Sunbury, OH; empty grain elevator outside Delaware, OH;|
car repair shop in Delaware, OH; and a residence in Sunbury, OH.
|E crossing the street in Delaware, OH, to Sandusky Street Antiques|
|my loot from this week|
It will take me a while to come down from my "elephant eye" high, but I'll be slowly making my way around to your particular street in the bloggyhood this week. First, I must write a little something about tomatoes for this week's Magpie Tales creative writing prompt. Click HERE to join in the fun! See you soon, my friends. xx