In addition to enjoying the beach at my parents' house this past weekend, my husband and I also ventured into the nearby small town of Dunnville to browse some shops. There is a great thrift store in town with lots of vintage dishes and records. I looked at the dishes while he looked at the records.
I came away with this oil and vinegar cruet set.
And this colourful vase.
I also picked up this little guy for 75 cents.
And this "retro chic" jug for $3.
Don't you just love the nostalgia of a small town? This tiny barber shop is sandwiched between two other buildings. It has just one chair inside. I wish I could show you, but it was closed when we were there.
This shop was closed as well. Too bad, because the stuff in the window was very promising.
A nearby secondhand shop was open, and we found lots to browse through there - they sell everything from crossbows to golf shoes to Anne of Green Gables dolls.
Have you browsed any new-to-you shops lately?
Linking up with these wonderful sites: Boogieboard Cottage and A Living Space and Me and My Shadow and Remnant and Sir Thrift A Lot and Hey What's for Dinner Mom? and Knick of Time and The Thrifty Groove and The Cottage Market and BrightGreenDoor