Good Morning Kentucky!
Deb had the first find of the day, this great Clover Brand Milk Bottle and Milk Bottle holder.
As well as some great other pieces, including a Little Debbie display rack and some great vintage hardware!
We grabbed a little snack of cinnamon pecans and a cherry fried pie for energy along the way!
And what would a stop in KY be without homage to our Thelma & Louise trip!?!
This one lady had AMAZING pieces, all with original milk paint too!
We were on the hunt for a general store scale for one of our friends, we loved this one, but needed a little too much work.
Kentucky was a little slow going, the rest of the day, we didn’t pick up much so we decided to make a stop for lunch at a super highly recommended local place called The Bread of Life Cafe in Liberty, KY. (Us and about 150 other of our closest shopper friends!)
It was WELL worth the wait, the food was amazing, the homemade rolls to die for, and our sweet server Michael was just great amidst all the droves of hungry people.
With some great pickin’ food, we ventured down to Liberty, KY to an amazing venue with lots of dealers inside out of the blazing heat.
Deb scored this Greyhound wagon right when we walked in the doors!
That would be our last find for the night as the vendors were all packing up. We drove on to Cookeville, TN so we could get an early start on the Tennessee end for Saturday!