Let’s see what we found today!
But first, my list:
First up, for the Star Wars aficionados, this super cute little Playschool X-wing. The top window is missing but your 4 year old wouldn’t know.
Also for the Star Wars fans, this Micro Machines Millennium Falcon playset.
Some cute depression glass teacups. These are pretty, but I only like the green Block Optic pattern.
I’ve run across these pedestal bowls a few times now. This was made by Indiana Glass in a variety of different colors. I found not one, but two of them today.
Here are some excellent 90’s kitchen gadgets.
I have to wonder how many quesadillas were made with the Santa Fe Quesadilla Maker before the owner realized they could do the same thing with a frying pan?
This must have been a direct competitor of the Pompeil Automatic Pasta Maker.
I’d never seen an infrared oven before, so I was surprised to discover that there are quite a few on the market. I could see this being useful if you were unable to use your oven during a renovation, or if you wanted to cook on your back porch so as not to heat up the house (I’ve done that with a toaster oven).
I did find something on my list! But I didn’t buy it.
Although I do have a lantern on my list, this lantern takes 4 D batteries. That’s a lot of power needed for one lantern. I’m going to keep on looking for one that required less battery power to function.
But I did bring home something pretty fantastic.
I just finished reading Seinfeldia, so I was delighted to find Season 4 of Seinfeld on DVD, which many people argue is the “turning point” season that pushed it from good to great. After the first few episodes on disc 1, I knew it was well worth the price (which, after 50% off books and media, was $2).
That was today’s trip! I hope you had fun thrifting with me!