Treasure Hunt

Friday, October 23, 2015

My dad called one morning this week and said, "Hey Girl, wanna go on an adventure?"
Well, with him, that could be a loaded question leading in all directions.
My response was, "Maybe. What kind of adventure are we talking about?"
"A treasure hunt!"

Well, that was all I needed to hear. I was in!
I'm most excited about finding this decorative piece of cast iron from an old wood burning stove.
Isn't the design pretty?

Please excuse the dirt, but I'm sharing these exactly as they came home with me. I'll clean them up later. Look at this glass milk jug with the wire handle still attached. 

This old milk can is a ghost of life long ago.

A couple of old gallon jugs...

...and bottles...

...and more bottles.


Here's a Heart Rock for Your Pocket:
Search for it (wisdom & understanding) as you would for silver.
Hunt for it like hidden treasure.
Then you will understand what it means to respect the Lord.
Then you will begin to know God.
Proverbs 2:4-5 ICB

Wishing you God's best,

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  1. Replies
    1. Hi AnnMarie,
      Yes! My childhood dream was to be an archeologist... I love finding things!

  2. How fun! Thanks for sharing your treasure with us @Vintage Charm! Blessings, Cecilia

  3. Your post brings back childhood memories for me, Elaine. I used to dig bottles with my father all the time. I think it's where I developed my love for all things antique and vintage. I'd love to go again some day :)

  4. What a fun adventure to share with your dad! Did you have to dig these treasures up? Fun, fun! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  5. Treasure indeed. I love those rustic finds.


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