Monday, October 24, 2011

Round and About....

....to the book sale on Saturday!

Two more views of the pretty little town I'd shown you before.

And I didn't try to park here.

I bought books to ship to my mother, books for the boys, books for my girls, and even these two for me!
Hope you all had an equally relaxing weekend.

13 comments:

Pam said...

I love the colors in that town! And yay for a good book sale!

Linda said...

'tis a cute little town....I'd have bought the cookbook too.

Pam said...

Cute little town. I love, love, love books - looks like you got a couple of good ones!

altadenahiker said...

For you, this seems like a most restrained and disciplined book-shopping trip. And I love that town.

SissySees said...

What fun - and what finds! The town looks charming too.

Ann's Fashion Studio said...

Very nice looking town.

Mary said...

Trying not to be jealous. I adore used book sales and it's been a couple years since I made it to a great one. The town is lovely.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

What a lovely little town, but I am amazed you only bought 2 books for yourself!! Diane

STELLA and RORY from Down Under said...

Books for everyone. Fabulous. Hope you all had a great weekend reading. No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

Mickle in NZ said...

If you are part Italian do you have to produce documentation? (birth and marriage certs?)

What a fun sign, and what a pretty place to visit for a book sale. Marjie - you did very well finding books to cater for so many tastes, and I'm sure you'll be sharing your cooking results from your "new" books soon,

sending care and huggles, Michelle and Zebby, xxxxxxxxxxx and puRRRRRRumbles

(right now springtime here = gale force winds - so all is as usual, and Zebby is happily busy being an indoor cat!)

~~louise~~ said...

THAT town is why I moved to PA!!! Love the books, especially that James Beard Book!!!

The Blonde Duck said...

I love little towns like that!

Sue said...

Our book sale was last weekend, too. That little town looks familiar somehow. I think I may have been there.