Here's the last round of photos from the Antique far...I was joking with my dad like "I wonder how many mason jars are in this entire fair". Answer? Way too many.
I'd say this fair was at least 50% glass things. I even saw a vendor selling an empty Patron bottle for 15 dollars. Definitely not an antique. Don't get me wrong, I loved most of the booths, but when you see stuff like that you have to wonder what people are thinking sometimes.
But here are some pretty pink glasses! My parents bought some small bowls in the same kind of style. I'm scared to touch them...they're too pretty. And I break/spill/drop everything.
I was really into all the vintage electronic stuff they had there, like these cameras. I'm always afraid to ask if they still work or not. I feel awkward asking people things like that. I would love to own a cool old land camera, for decoration and to actually use it. One daaaay.
I'm really interested in maps and cartography and geography. Globes and maps make me drool, they're are so visually pleasing to me.
How precious is this tiny wooden deer in a glass? Never thought I would say that combination of words. BUT IT'S SO CUTE!
This is the best for last: the donut. Best donut of my life! Which may not be too much of a stretch because I have a donut like...once a year. You could smell these donuts for really far away and you could hear everyone talking about how good is smelled. I made my dad by us some. It didn't take much convincing, really. They were all freshly made and beat dunkin out of the water. Duh.
Thought I would end this little series on a sweet note (get it?!)