Rooster and I both felt the “happy little trees” at The Bob Ross Experience, the most perfect theme for our Saturday outing.
Therefore, Rooster and I decided to take a short trip to Gas City, Indiana, and pay a visit to Mick’s Flea Market. We had a most excellent adventure.
We also thought about visiting an antique shop once we got to Fort Wayne. Thus, the Stained-Glass Lighting adventure started.
When I walked through the door and stepped into Jake’s Antique and Vintage Mall, I felt like I’d entered the world of eBay without the use of the internet.
Then, COVID-19 brought everything to a screeching halt. Therefore, we gave up all hope of solving the mystery of what was so special about Greentown glass.
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Rooster and I climbed into our Chevy Spark and headed for Noblesville Antiques on the Square. It was a fun and unique adventure.
Rooster and I had the pleasure to tag along. Therefore, members of our family spent an enjoyable Sunday evening at Ford’s Garage.
I believe I can stick with the rhyme pattern. Therefore, my first Limerick is dedicated to the memory of the Queen of Soul.
wrote the James Dean Trail a month after Rooster and I went on the adventure. An element of serendipity added unexpected pleasure to our ride.