As I have told you before, we try to go to the flea market on the weekends. Usually if we bring home anything it fits in my wife's "shopping" bag or a small plastic bag. Not so today. Let me start from the beginning. We did our usual walk through and the wife bought a few dollar items. She said that she wanted to go inside. (They have a huge inside flea market mall sort of thing with lots of booths.) One of her friends has a booth right inside the door. I said OK, but I would sit in the car and wait. I put the seat back and turned on the radio and shut my eyes. It seemed like only minutes when the passenger side door opened and it was her returning. Wow, I thought, that didn't take long. Well think again, you wise old sage. (I am old and probably smell like sage - wise? Not so much.) She said to drive around to the end of the building facing the road. I inquired for what reason and she said that she bought a couple of things and I could load them in the back of my Jeep. Now, we have an old 2004 Jeep Liberty and there ain't much room behind the rear seat. So after I drove over there, I laid the rear of the back seat down so that there would be more room.
I got a few of the things into my Jeep, but we gave up and she called our son. He has a big full size truck, a Ford F350 with a double cab. He showed up and we got everything home. Then the fun began. Where was she going to put them. I brought some in the side door and some in the front door and some in the back door. I used my two wheel dolly where I could, but some of that stuff was really heavy. I am now three inches shorter than I was before I lugged that stuff into the house. Yea, I know, you want pictures.
A book case on the right, a table/cabinet in front, and a high back bench behind on the left.
Did you see the gargoyle in the above picture? Yep, the one that was in the tree that my son cut down. I guess it figured since we took his home tree away from him, he would squat in some of our new stuff.
Here is a closer picture:
And a different view from a different angle:
This is the bench. Let me tell you, it is HEAVY!! And it is built very strong. It had to be to with stand the juggling and zig-zag walking it in the house on two of its legs on one end. There are places I couldn't use the two wheeled cart.
That is all the pictures. Everything is in the house and placed where the wife wants them. I hope she doesn't change her mind. I had no idea of where they would fit, but guess what, she got them in and they fit and all is well. Beautiful day today. Now you all have a great day today, you hear?