Thrifting from Peaches to the Beaches

If you've never done Peaches to the Beaches along Hwy 341 here in Georgia, you DO NOT know what you are missing!  It's awesome and so much fun!

You don't have to do the entire 2 day long yard sale to find some great treasures!  Scott and I look forward to it every year and it never disappoints.    

We did some Insta stories and Facebook Live videos while we were out, but I also snapped a few photos to share with you here in blog land.

Lots of glass jars to choose from in many places

Dillan found some great albums to choose from

Boho style is getting really popular now and so are baskets as wall decor. These were really pretty!

Loved this dough bowl.....but not the prices :(

Jugs for those who collect.....

Architectural elements

Loved these old scales!

Looks like something Joanna Gaines would love!

This state of Georgia made of pallets would be awesome in a store front!

I love old metal cabinets like this one.....

Some great egg cups for collectors....

These chicken nesting boxes make a great organizer

Lockers like this would be perfect for a mud room

I love to go thrifting, but I actually prefer to go without any particular thing in mind to purchase. It seems like when I'm searching for a particular item/s, I spend alot less. I guess it's because I bypass things I like in hopes of finding that one particular thing I'm looking for.

But nevertheless, I never come home empty handed.
Scott was not able to go the first day, but Dillan accompanied me.  
We had a good time, but missed Scott not being there.  

I'm already looking forward to next year.  Y'all put it on your calendar and give it a try if you've never been.  It's always the second Friday and Saturday of every March.

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