On the way to a late afternoon paddle yesterday, we stopped at Woodstock Antiques in Northeastern Connecticut. I've been meaning to pay a visit for ages, not that I need to bring anything home right now; but it's all so easy on the eyes... and who can resist a little stroll through a great vintage shop?
This detail, a message celebrating the beautiful things, told me I had found her booth. Such care Linden puts into her vintage shop.
How lovely to have this light filled spot right next to the door. (I really wanted that enamel pitcher!)
Of course, a little something had to come home with us, we are thrifters after all. Emily (shown here standing in Linden's booth) found herself a new apron. Surely our collection can use one more, yes?
We had fun poking around, looking at the pretty things. Then, Adam told me to look up...
Oh my. Crazy as it seems, I thought of you. I began taking these pictures... for you! It's not everyday in my life that people understand the beauty of a bunch of old doors making up the world's most beautiful ceiling, but I knew you would see it.
My goodness that is a pretty ceiling.
Eventually we made our way to the lake, just in time for the golden late day sun.
It was glorious.
But how about that ceiling...?