Thursday, March 26, 2009

Red Hat Society Again

This is the lovely antique/vintage/craft shop that is located in the former Workman's Store in Rockhill Furnace. The Red Hat Society visited the shop after our luncheon at the Iron Rail Bed and Breakfast.










I saw many things that I would like to purchase. There were lovely spring wreaths. The owner, a beautiful lady, gave me the hours that the shop is open. I will visit again over the weekend when I have time to peruse the many unique items. In the summer, the shop also sells old fashioned Sundaes and other ice cream delicacies.
I hope that you enjoyed the activities of our local Red Hat Society! I am anticipating purchasing a new Spring red hat!!!

24 comments:

Mary said...

I hope you have a good time shopping this weekend. Oh, be sure to post a picture of your new red hat when you decide what it will be.

♥ Kathy said...

Oh what great things I see! I really really really love that Kola sign! That definitely looks like a place I could spend a lot of time in poking around :) I'm so glad you're enjoying your Red Hat time Sweetie ♥

prof en retraite said...

Hi Sweetie! I saw several things I like! I used to have those Alvin and the chipmunks glasses...wonder where they are??? Have a wonderful weekend...hugs...Debbie

Diane said...

Oh, this place is a treasure trove! I could definitely spend a long afternoon browsing and most likely buying at least a couple of items! Vintage shops are my weakness! I'm so glad you and your 'Red Hat' friends had such a nice day.

Diane

The Muse said...

Sounds like super fun! Wow...I agree with everyone ... there are sooooo many treasures!

I am thrilled you are having a great time with your new friends!

Jeni said...

Looking at those pictures -so quaint, so many really nice things and I saw two cup/saucer sets in one picture that really appealed to me. No, I wouldn't be able to purchase them mainly cause I have no room, no place at all left in my china cupboard for another single solitary thing! But boy, if I had a shelf where I could "safely" display the cups/saucers I already have and ith room to put up more, I'd be all over those items if there were affordable to my price range. Which probably, I'm betting, they are not in that range but dang, I can dream anyway, can't I?

TheWritersPorch said...

I knew you were gonna have so much fun with these ladies! That place looks like a great place to shop!
Carol

Neas Nuttiness said...

I saw a few thinks that I like...will you pick them up for me when you go back this weekend;-)

Judy said...

This looks like my kind of place to enjoy looking at all their stuff and ice cream, too. Wonderful!

Susan S. said...

Hi there....love your header...so colorful and spring-y! That store sure looks like a lot of fun to poke around int and I'm SO glad you are having fun with the Red Hat Society. Sounds like a fun group of friends!

Heidi said...

Sundaes? Yummy! I have a weakness for hot fudge sundaes. Just a little weakness...I could eat one every day. :-) I will be looking forward to seeing your new spring red hat!

Happy weekend!

Hugs ~
Heidi

Constance said...

I enjoyed your pictures. It's fun getting together with friends and I have a soft spot for antiques and such. The stove reminded me of the one we are hoping to put into our cabin once it's built. there's a company called Elmira Stove Works that makes gas, lectric and combination gas and elec stoves but they are made to look like the old cast iron ones from many years ago! They're pricy but I really hope it works out for us to have one!

Enjoy your weekend, may it be blessed and you as well!
Connie

Raggedy Girl said...

What a fun shoppe and I loved the tin ceiling.

Have A Fabulous Friday
from Roberta Ann--the Raggedy Girl

Anne said...

I just love antique shops. There so much fun to browse in. I just love all the old items and wonder who they previously belonged to. Thanks for sharing the pics with all of us. You'll have to show us a picture of your new spring red hat when you get one. Have a nice weekend.

PEA said...

Now that is my kind of store!! Oh my, how I would love to spend hours looking at everything:-) I'm looking forward to seeing what treasures you buy there this weekend!! xoxo

imjacobsmom said...

You'll have to let us know what you went back for....Robyn

Nancy said...

That looks like a fun shop to visit. There is so much there. Did you get to start on your aprons? Can't wait to see your new spring hat. Glad you are having fun with the ladies.
Hope you will post about your shopping spree for your quilting.
Heidi asked me if you know she has a quilting blog too. It is Needleneccessities, you can click on it from my list.
Love Nancy

Helen said...

Loved the photos of all the goodies! My worst weakness. I went to many Red Hat Society teas with my mother and always enjoyed them so much ........

Anne said...

Sweetie you won an award! Come by Peek-A-Boo Street for all of the details!

Love Bears All Things said...

I like visiting places like that.
Mama Bear

Lisa said...

That looks a wonderful place to spend hours. Add in a sundae, and I bet you could spend the day!

Jean said...

All your Red Hat adventures look wonderful! How nice to have a great group to do the things you love with. The shop looks like one I would love! Jean

Smilingsal said...

Now, how did I miss this post? That shop is interesting. I'd like the Alvin glasses.

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